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Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

We're setting up logging going to a Splunk syslog server and I've been asked if I can send it to a port other than default syslog port 514.  Is this possible?


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Re: Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

Unfortunately, I do not believe this is possible.

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Re: Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

Unfortunately, I do not believe this is possible.

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Re: Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

Unfortunately I figured that might be the answer.  Thanks!

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Re: Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

If this is something you need in your environment, submit a feature request on the ideas portal!



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Re: Can I change the destination port number for logging going to a syslog server?

couldn't you just destation NAT to the port you want? 

 

 

The below is if 192.168.1.36 is your controller and 10.10.10.10 is your syslog server. That last number of 200 in my example is what port you would like it changed to. You then apply it to your uplink port.

!

ip access-list session syslog-des-nat

  host 192.168.1.36 host 10.10.10.10 svc-syslog  dst-nat 200

!

interface gigabitethernet 0/0/0

        description "UPLINK"

        trusted

        trusted vlan 1-4094

        ip access-group "syslog-des-nat" session

        switchport mode trunk

!