You may want to send CommuniGate Pro Log records to an external syslog server. Usually these servers are not providing the CommuniGate Pro Log Manager performance, so you should send only a small part of the Log records to those servers.
Use the following settings to configure remote logging:
Specify the level of Log Records to be sent to a remote syslog server. Records that are more detailed than the specified value (have a higher level marker) are not sent.
Specify the IP address of the remote syslog server. If you do not specify the port number, the standard port number 514 is used.
The remote syslog server can store log records in different locations based on this code value.
Specify the local IP address and/or the port to send messages to the syslog server. If an address or a port is not specified explicitly, the server OS will assign them.
If the Log Manager fails to open a UDP socket or fails to send a datagram to the selected remote syslog server, the Log Manager suspends sending records to the remote syslog server till the end of the current second.