When you create a connector for FortiAnalyzer, you are specifying how FortiADC can communicate with FortiAnalyzer for pushing logs to FortiAnalyzer.
FortiADC will connect to FortiAnalyzer by UDP, TCP or TCP SSL depending on the FortiAnalyzer connector setting.
- The FortiAnalyzer service is required to be exposed on External IP.
To create a FortiAnalyzer Connector:
- Go to Security Fabric > Fabric Connectors.
- Click Create New.
- Under Other Fortinet Products, select FortiAnalyzer.
- Configure the following Syslog Server options, and then click Save.
Toggle on/off to enable/disable the Fabric Connector object.
Address Type the IP address of the FortiAnalyzer Log server. Port
Specify the port that FortiADC uses to communicate with the log server.
Select the protocol used for log transfer from the following:
Select one of the following options:
This field appears only if Proto is TCP or TCP SSL.
Select the severity level of the logs. All the exported logs will be attached with the selected severity level.
Enable to export the logs in .csv file.
Select the source facility of the logs. We only support the local use facilities which are not reserved and are available for general use.
Enable to export Event logs.
Enable to export Traffic logs.
Enable to export Security logs.
After the connector is created, FortiADC will push the logs to FortiAnalyzer server. The above configurations are also available in Log&Report > Log Setting > Syslog Server.