I am trying to pass syslog from outside interface to server that sits behind pix firewall. Details as follows.
Cisco2811192.168.1.1 (LAN) 255.255.255.0 Kiwi Syslog on UDP port 514
Cisco Pix192.168.1.2 (Outside Interface) 192.168.150.1 (Inside Interface) 255.255.255.0
Syslog sitting on:192.168.150.27 255.255.225.0
I setup the 2811 to pass the syslog to 192.168.1.2 Trying to get the Pix to route all inbound UPD 514 traffic from the Cisco 2811 to 192.168.150.27. I would like to keep the outside Cisco2811 traffic visable in the syslog so I can tell between Pix, 2811, and VPN 2005 that is logging to..
Here is the deal. The syslog is listeniing on UDP 514. All other network devices are logging to this port. (VPN,PIX, 2950's, Aironet)The Cisco 2811 is setup for logging but nothing comes through on UDP 514. When I allow all UDP traffic from Cisco2811 through Pix firewall to syslog it works. It would not be good to allow all UDP traffic. What gives here? Anyone with suggestion of feedback on this? I researched and could not find anything helpful.