Panorama Logging Traffic Flow

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L3 Networker

Panorama Logging Traffic Flow

Hi All,

Does anyone have any indicative figures of the amount of data that flows from a PAN apppliance to Panorama?

Say a 4050 running at a consistant 50%, and logging everything = xMB/day of logs?

I'm trying to calculate what will be required to have Panorama remote to the actual appliances themselves

L4 Transporter

Re: Panorama Logging Traffic Flow

The logging rate is dependent on traffic mix, session duration, and other characteristics so it is hard to guess a number without measuring the actual data flow via CLI.

You can use the "debug log-receiver statistics" CLI command to take some measurements across the course of the day and average them out to calculate. Using 600 bytes as the average log size should yield a good approximation.

L2 Linker

Re: Panorama Logging Traffic Flow

Can you confirm the correct syntax of the CLI command?  I am getting a syntax error when trying to use "debug log-receiver statistics" on a Panorama server running PANOS 4.0.4.

L4 Transporter

Re: Panorama Logging Traffic Flow

"debug log-receiver statistics" is only available on devices and not Panorama.

This is why I suggested taking measurements over the course of the day and computing averages.

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