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Question about connection ID Panorama lr or ms

L3 Networker

Hello team,

 

What is difference between ID connection ms and lr?

 

I see that daemon is different but I don't undestand the difference between both, Anybody has a sk or similar for I can understand it?

 

I want to confirm that the forwarding is working correctly and why one shows only system logs and the other shows the others.

 

Source IP : Default
Destination IP : cms0
Source Daemon : mgmtsrvr
Connection Id : -log-collection-ms-cms0-def

 

Source IP : Default
Destination IP : cms0
Source Daemon : logrcvr
Connection Id : -log-collection-lr-cms0-def

 

 

01> show logging-status device

 

Type Last Log Rcvd Last Seq Num Rcvd Last Log Generated

 


Source IP : Default
Destination IP : cms0
Source Daemon : logrcvr
Connection Id : -log-collection-lr-cms0-def
Log rate: 8
config N/A N/A N/A
system N/A N/A N/A
threat 2022/01/04 10:18:22 6868408818117276965 2022/01/04 09:00:33
traffic 2022/01/04 10:18:27 6868408818196930248 2022/01/04 10:18:26
hipmatch 2022/01/04 10:18:31 6868408826707316895 2022/01/04 09:00:55
gtp-tunnel N/A N/A N/A
userid 2022/01/04 10:17:24 6868408826706816806 2022/01/04 10:17:16
iptag N/A N/A N/A
auth N/A N/A N/A
sctp N/A N/A N/A

 

Source IP : Default
Destination IP : cms0
Source Daemon : mgmtsrvr
Connection Id : -log-collection-ms-cms0-def
Log rate: 0
config N/A N/A N/A
system 2022/01/04 10:18:30 6868408715046433025 2022/01/04 10:18:28
threat N/A N/A N/A
traffic N/A N/A N/A
hipmatch N/A N/A N/A
gtp-tunnel N/A N/A N/A
userid N/A N/A N/A
iptag N/A N/A N/A
auth N/A N/A N/A
sctp N/A N/A N/A

 

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Cyber Elite
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Thank you for the post @Alpalo

 

What you are seeing is expected and there seems no issue. Each daemon is processing different log types.

 

mgmtsrvr - This daemon takes care of configuration management, commit, reporting. ms in connection ID stands for management server and you will only see here system and configurations logs.

 

logrcvr - This daemon takes care of reporting traffic log. lr in connection ID stands for log receiver and you will only see here non system logs such as traffic, threat, user-id,.. logs.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

 

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Cyber Elite
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Thank you for the post @Alpalo

 

What you are seeing is expected and there seems no issue. Each daemon is processing different log types.

 

mgmtsrvr - This daemon takes care of configuration management, commit, reporting. ms in connection ID stands for management server and you will only see here system and configurations logs.

 

logrcvr - This daemon takes care of reporting traffic log. lr in connection ID stands for log receiver and you will only see here non system logs such as traffic, threat, user-id,.. logs.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

 

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