About Access Gateway logging


Access Gateway logs a variety of events, which can be forwarded to a logging server or downloaded on demand.

Using the console, administrators can:

  • Connect Access Gateway to a logger such as Graylog. Supported event feeds include Audit, Access, and Monitoring event logs.
  • Download the complete set of current logs.

 

Topics:

 

Log forwarding

Example common logging architecture showing Access Gateway and a Logging Input Hander.
  • Allows Access Gateway to relay or export logs to external logging consumers, such as Graylog.
  • Makes all Access Gateway logs available externally.

Log downloading

Example common logging architecture showing Access Gateway and a Logging Input Hander.
  • Allows admins to download log information for an Access Gateway cluster.

 

Log rotation and archival

Access Gateway:

  1. Rotates logs daily.
  2. Stores the log files for a month and deletes old log files to save disk space.
  3. Can be configured to support other log rotation and archival schedules.