Does anyone know if there is a way to have more than 3 syslog destinations on a Cisco device. It is my understanding that only the first 3 are used in a device config. Can wildcards be used or are there any other work arounds?
There is no limit like this in IOS, so Cat switches running IOS would be OK with more than 3 syslog servers.
However, I generally discourage more than 4. There are obvious reasons for having more (lots of NM tools doing a lot of Syslog analysis), however, I'd start to investigate Syslog repeaters like Syslog-NG, if you really had that need.
You'd rather have a router/switch doing it's fundamental job rather than repeating a similar message over and over...
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