You can use the logging host command to set up a logging process and assign an IP address to it. This IP address will not be visible to other hosts but will only be used for system logging. The logging process is a vital part of technology risk management. By using the logging host command, you can set up your logging process and enforce it. For logging messages, you need to specify the IP address of the syslog server, instead of using a local IP address.
X-Forwarded-For (XFF) header
When your firewall receives a request from a client, it logs the originating IP address via the X-Forwarded-For (XFFF) header. This information can be useful for server-based web analytics. XFF header information can be useful to endpoint applications and web servers, but it can also be used to restrict certain IP addresses and ranges.
Configured IP address
Configure IP address for logging on the web i loved this server. To do so, first, open the web server configuration file. Choose the IP Intelligence feature. Click the Advanced tab. In the Advanced Logging window, select the IP Intelligence feature. Choose a log file type. Select Local DB Publisher. You can then configure logging for your site using this log file type. Once you’ve configured this log file type, you can now configure the logging feature on your IIS 8.5 server.
Outgoing IP interface
Outgoing IP interface for logging can be configured in several ways. Typically, you would configure the interface to match an inbound IP address. However, some applications may use a different IP address than others. To configure an IP address, use the command ip source-interface. This command displays the administratively assigned and operational source IP selection policies for each interface. The administratively assigned source IP selection policy is the default.
The VLAN ID is a string that can be used to distinguish IP packets within a network. The vlan identifier is also known as a VLAN identifier, and it is automatically advertised over the network when the Link Layer Discovery Protocol is enabled. The following example will enable advertisement of port VLAN ID across a range of ports. When the vlan identifier is not advertised, it will not be recognized by logging software and cannot be used to detect traffic.
Default Outgoing Interface policy
In order to enable Default Outgoing Interface (DOI) logging, configure the firewall to allow traffic from any source to the specified IP address. You can enable this feature by adding a Multiple Interfaces policy to any firewall policy. Then, toggle the option in the GUI. The following examples demonstrate how to configure DOI logging. Once the configuration is done, you can begin logging traffic.
Minimum severity requirement
Whether to send IP address log messages to syslog servers or to a web server is a system configuration option. Logging messages are sent to syslog servers using UDP or TCP. Security levels range from the least to the most severe. Not all events will trigger logging and reporting at a particular severity level, but if the security level is at or above your specified level, your logs will be sent to syslog servers.
Limit retention of logged data
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) gives web servers strict rules when it comes to collecting and processing personal data. Log data is no different, and web servers must abide by these regulations in order to continue operating. The new law makes it easy to comply with GDPR requirements. You can create custom retention policies for your logs, and you can even limit the duration of logging for an IP address.