Scheduled Log Export : Path

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Scheduled Log Export : Path

Hello Guys,

Just a quick question, I tried to dig in the forums but i can't find the right answer. the guide isn't helping too.

I would just like to know the configuration in adding the Path in the Schedule Log Export.

What I understand in the Path is I will just have to add the path on where the file will be saved. (am i right?)

so for example the path would look like "c:\ftp files\pan data\traffic logs\"

however the configuration wasn't allowing me to use special characters. so how am I going to do this?

Here is the sample screen shot.

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Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Hartkently

L4 Transporter

Re: Scheduled Log Export : Path

Hi

Scheduled log export option is for export logs from PAN Device to your SCP/FTP server (not your workstation).

Path option is to provide information of subdirectores where such log should be writen.

Put there informations about your server name/login/password and press test scp connection and You will see where it tryes write test file.

regards

Slawek

L7 Applicator

Re: Scheduled Log Export : Path

For specifying the path, follow the unix/linux convention ie use forward slashes for your path e.g. /home/user

Just typing in a forward slash '/' means write to the root directory.

Also ensure that the username that you are using has permission/privilege to write to the directory where you intend to copy the logs to.

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