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I have a Sonic Wall TZ210 firewall device.  I recently purchased Sonicwalls analyzer software to monitor network traffic.  I added the TZ210 device but when I get into the analyzer software it states that the Syslog servers may not have been enabled on the device.  Does anyone know how to enable the syslog servers correctly on my TZ210.  Please advise.  Thanks!
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In the Log section, then the Syslog sub menu, do you have the computer's IP that is hosting the analyzer software in the Syslog Servers section?

It normally runs on port 514 so make sure that the firewall is disabled or opened to port 514 on the PC.
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Thanks for the answers.
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