Log interface configuration under PA FW

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Log interface configuration under PA FW

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Hi folks,

 

We have PA 7050 firewall chassis and after upgrade to version 9.1.11, we got a sync HA issue, the TAC told us that it's mandatory to configure the log card interface.

 

So we created a log interface to resolve the issue, the sync HA issue was resolved but the log traffic is no more sent to the syslog server.

 

TAC told us that the log traffic is using the log card IP and no more the management IP as before.

 

We have multiple vsys created on the FW, so my question is, is it possible to create a single log card IP to forward log traffic for all vsys or it's mandatory to create a specific sub-interface per vsys ? (that means we need to create multiple sub-interface under the log card physical interface)

 

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

 

Best Regards,

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Mohamedsaada,

Correct, you'll need to create a sub-interface per VSYS enabled on your firewall. You can't use a single logical interface if you're using a multi-vsys system. 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Mohamedsaada,

Correct, you'll need to create a sub-interface per VSYS enabled on your firewall. You can't use a single logical interface if you're using a multi-vsys system. 

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