Send with RFC 3164 header information - Selected if the syslog server receives syslog messages directly from the source devices only. Clear if the syslog server also receives syslog messages from relays. Do not configure mixed relays.
This additional header is necessary for the supported device types that do not have HOSTNAME in the syslog messages; thereby allowing MARS to correctly identify the original sending device. However, this option cannot be used on a Kiwi relay of relay. To support a Kiwi relay of relay in MARS, the first relay must have this option selected and must receive syslog messages only from the source devices, and all other relays must have this option cleared and must only receive syslog
messages from other Kiwi relays, not directly from devices.
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