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Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

Hi everyone,

Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog? I can't find any mention in the documentation on how to configure this.

The objective is simple: all SSM-20 generated events are sent to syslog using the good old UDP method.

Then the syslog server will do some data mining; FYI: I am using Manage Engine's product which has produced great results with other Cisco devices.

If the SSM-20 CAN NOT stream to syslog directly what ideas do you have in order to get those events pushed to syslog? Could the ASA be used as a proxy?

Thank you

~B

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Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

No, you can't send events to the ASA.

SNMP Traps was the workaround. There is no syslog for signature events on Cisco IPS Sensors.

Now if you want to wait till you get a Sourcefire image running on a 5500-X platform, THEN you can get syslogs. (beta starts in the spring)

- Bob

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Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

None of the Cisco IPS sensors can generate syslog messages for signature events.

You can configure an SDEE client to [ull events off the sensor, or you can set the action on ALL your signatures to generate an SNMP Trap for the signature event.

- Bob

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Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

Thanks Bob;

How about a work around; I am finishing for this since SDEE won't be optimal for me.

Is it possible for the IPS SSM to send all notifications to the ASA as console broadcasts and from there I know the ASA can easily do syslog?

Thanks

~B

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Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

No, you can't send events to the ASA.

SNMP Traps was the workaround. There is no syslog for signature events on Cisco IPS Sensors.

Now if you want to wait till you get a Sourcefire image running on a 5500-X platform, THEN you can get syslogs. (beta starts in the spring)

- Bob

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Re:Is it possible for SSM-20 to stream to syslog?

Not a chance with my bare metal but good to know, thanks Bob


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