Meraki has a syslog option. To configure a Meraki to push logs to a syslog server, open your Meraki Dashboard and click on a device. From there, click on “Alerts & administration”.
At the “Alerts & administration” page scroll down to the Logging section. Click on the “Add a syslog server” link and type the IP address of your syslog servers name or IP. Put the port number into the Port field. Choose what types of events to export. This could be Event Log, Flows or URLs, where:
- Event Log: The messages from the dashboard under Monitor > Event log.
- Flows: Inbound and outbound traffic flows generate syslog messages that include the source and destination and port numbers.
- URL: HTTP GET requests generate syslog entries.
Note that you can direct each type of traffic to a different syslog server.
krypted April 16th, 2014
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