I have been trying to setup logging via tcp on syslog-ng. all the messages come in fine via udp, but when i configure a tcp source, assign it to the syslog-ng target, etc, then configure the router, i don't get any events. i can see the packets coming in via tcp dump, but syslog-ng won't collect anything. am i missing something. my logging config is below....
logging buffered 4096 informational
logging origin-id hostname
logging source-interface Serial1.1
logging host 192.168.101.150 transport tcp port 5014
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