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EZVPN Question

I have a EZVPN configuration on a router. One interface is the inside interface and the WAN interface bieng the outside interface. But I also want to encrypt syslog packets generated locally by this router. Currently these packets are bieng dropped on the tunnel. Is there any ways these packets be encrypted and sent across the tunnel? Please suggest!

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Re: EZVPN Question

The syslog packets are being dropped as they are using the outside interface as the source address, and this won't be captured in your VPN policy.

Try changing the syslog source address to the inside interface:

logging source-interface nameofinsideinterface

e.g. logging source-interface vlan 1

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