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Security Logging Configuration Page Options

 

J-Web enables you to forward logs using stream mode and event mode. All the categories can be configured for sending specific category logs to different log servers in stream mode log forwarding.

Select Configure>Device Setup>Basic Settings>Security Logging in the J-Web user interface.

The Security Logging configuration page appears.

Note

Starting in Junos OS 19.1R1, Security Logging page supports only Stream Mode.

Click one:

  • Save—Saves all the basic settings configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    Note

    For all the configuration options under Basic Settings:

    • Tool tip on the right-side represents different icons for notifications, validation errors, and successful configuration.

    • When you make a configuration change and navigate to a different page without saving it, a pop-up message is displayed to save the configuration.

  • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

  • Cancel—Cancels all your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 1: Security Logging Configuration Page

Field FunctionAction

Logging

Enables the security logging.

Select this option to enable logging.

Note:

  • Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, traffic logging is enabled as part of security logging configuration for logical system and tenant users.

  • Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, when you enable the traffic logging, the existing Event mode configuration will be deleted, if any.

UTC Timestamp

Allows use of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) for security log timestamps.

Select this option to enable UTC Timestamp.

Log On

Provides log on types for logging.

Select Source Address or Source Interface.

IP Address

Specifies a source IP address or the IP address used when exporting security logs.

Enter the IP address.

Interface

Specifies the interface of the log source.

Select the interface from the list.

Format

Specifies the format in which the logs are stored.

Select the logging format. By default, None logging format is selected.

Options available are:

  • binary—Binary encoded text to conserve resources.

  • SD-Syslog—Structured system log file.

  • Syslog—Traditional system log file.

Transport Protocol

Specifies the type of transport protocol to be used to log the data.

Select the logging transport protocol. By default, None is selected.

Options available are:

  • TCP—Set the transport protocol to TCP.

  • UDP—Set the transport protocol to UDP.

  • TLS—Set the transport protocol to TLS.

Syslog Server

Enables you to configure syslog servers. You can configure a maximum of three syslog servers.

Select an option:

  • To create syslog server, click +, enter the following details and then click OK.

    • Name—Enter the name of the new stream configuration.

    • Save At—Select the location from the list to save the stream.

    • Type—Select a format in which the logs are stored from the list.

      The log types are:

      • Structure

      • Standard

      • Web

    • Host—Enter the IP address for the stream host name.

  • To edit an existing syslog server, select it and click Edit or right-click on it and click Edit Row. Then, edit the saving mode, streaming type, and host in the Edit Syslog page and click OK.

  • To delete an existing syslog server, select it and click Delete or right-click on it and click Delete Row.

Release History Table
Release
Description
Starting in Junos OS 19.1R1, Security Logging page supports only Stream Mode.
Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, traffic logging is enabled as part of security logging configuration for logical system and tenant users.
Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, when you enable the traffic logging, the existing Event mode configuration will be deleted, if any.