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L0 Member

Hi,

 

My query is about how the Palo Alto firewall timestamps logs when it sends them to a syslog server. Does it stamp the logs with UTC (GMT) time or does it use the configured local time as the timestamp? I notice when reviewing logs on the device it uses local time, however I'm unsure what they use once sent off the device.

 

Thanks.

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L6 Presenter

Hi there...The logs will contain the configured time of the firewall.  If you want UTC time, you will need to set the firewall to UTC time.  Thanks.

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L6 Presenter

Hi there...The logs will contain the configured time of the firewall.  If you want UTC time, you will need to set the firewall to UTC time.  Thanks.

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