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  1. Mike Tabor
    Mike Tabor at |

    Another step for “ESXi Configuration” would be to enable syslog in the firewall settings. It’s disabled/unchecked by default.

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  2. Andrey Pogosyan (@Andrey_Po)

    That’s pretty cool! Good idea!

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  6. Mike Murray
    Mike Murray at |

    Mine also did not function until I enabled the firewall rule.

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  7. Si Thu
    Si Thu at |

    can cisco network devices logs go to synology syslog server?

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