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Manage Log Collection

All Palo Alto Networks firewalls can generate logs that provide an audit trail of firewall activities. For Centralized Logging and Reporting, you must forward the logs generated on the firewalls to the Panorama™ management server or to Log Collectors that Panorama manages. Optionally, you can then configure Panorama to forward the logs to external logging destinations (such as syslog servers). If you forward logs to a Panorama virtual appliance in Legacy mode, you don’t need to perform any additional tasks to enable logging. If you forward logs to Log Collectors, you must configure them as managed collectors and assign them to Collector Groups. A managed collector can be local to an M-500 appliance, M-100 appliance, or Panorama virtual appliance in Panorama mode or can be an M-500 or M-100 appliance in Log Collector mode (Dedicated Log Collector). To determine whether to deploy either or both types of managed collectors, see Local and Distributed Log Collection.
To manage the System and Config logs that Panorama generates locally, see Monitor Panorama.

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