Log Card Subinterface
- Network > Interfaces > Ethernet
To add a Log Card Interface, select the row for that interface, Add Subinterface, and specify the following information.
Log Card Subinterface Settings
Interface Name (read-only) displays the name of the log card interface you selected. In the adjacent field, enter a numeric suffix (1-9,999) to identify the subinterface.
Enter an optional description for the interface.
Enter the VLAN Tag (0-4,094) for the subinterface.
Make the tag the same as the subinterface number for ease of use.
Select the virtual system (vsys) to which the Log Processing Card (LPC) subinterface is assigned. Alternatively, you can click Virtual Systems to add a new vsys. Once an LPC subinterface is assigned to a vsys, that interface is used as the source interface for all services that forward logs (syslog, email, SNMP) from the log card.
Ethernet InterfaceLog Card Forwarding
If your network uses IPv4, define the following:
If your network uses IPv6, define the following:
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