I have a syslog-ng server which is responsible for forwarding all my logs to a couple different servers for analysis. The latest product I'm working with requires IP addresses and not names to process my logs. I can't turn the DNS options off globally as it will break my other systems.
It looks like the use_dns option can be set per source but all of my logs come in through a single source - net udp port 514. Is there a ready way to handle these logs such that they be addressed by either dns name or IP?
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