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Configuring Linux

 

You can configure RSA Authentication Manager for syslog on Linux based operating systems:

  1. Log in to the RSA Security Console command-line interface (CLI).
  2. Open the following file for editing based on your operating system:

    /usr/local/RSASecurity/RSAAuthenticationManager/utils/resources /ims.properties

  3. Add the following entries to the ims.properties file:

    Where <IP address> is the IP address or host name of JSA.

  4. Save the ims.properties files.
  5. Open the following file for editing:

    /etc/syslog.conf

  6. Type the following command to add JSA as a syslog entry:

    *.* @<IP address>

    Where <IP address> is the IP address or host name of JSA.

  7. Type the following command to restart the syslog services for Linux.

    service syslog restart

  8. You can now configure the log sources and protocol in JSA: To configure JSA to receive events from your RSA Authentication Manager: From the Log Source Type list, select the RSA Authentication Manager option.

    For more information on configuring syslog forwarding, see your RSA Authentication Manager documentation.