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Is syslog message will cause network congestion ?

Hi ,
I needed a centralized logging server to consolidate all network device logs.
is it not going to cause network congestion  and affect my switches to go down.

as i have seen same results when we deploy images using  WDS  server, that also uses UDP?

Please advice.
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i do not understand when you say
"Worst case scenario (if you have a dedicated management vlan) is to limit the bandwidth for the vlan. "
?
we have a management vlan 200 , every body have it for out of band management  ?
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thanks guys
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