Decrease of huge amounts of messages (e.g. %CRYPTO-5-IKMP_INVAL_CERT: )?
In a really big secure network environment under certain conditions there's the situation that in a short period of time a huge amount of messages from many encryption devices will be send to the SYSLOG server e.g. like this: '2009-06-08 09:06:48 Local7.Notice <IP> 46785: Jun 8 09:06:51 UTC+2: %CRYPTO-5-IKMP_INVAL_CERT: Certificate received from <IP> is bad: certificate invalid'.
Is there a possibility on the message producing device itself to limit (in a way) the amount of (these) messages before they are sent via the network? Or is the only solution to do so on the SYSLOG server via filtering itself?
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