You can configure a remote Syslog host to log messages from Authentication Manager. The remote host must be a valid UNIX or Linux machine with Syslog capabilities. The remote Syslog manages logs from multiple systems in the network, including RSA Authentication Manager. Configure the remote host to log messages from Authentication Manager. The location of files and IP tables used in configuration may vary depending on your remote host. For instructions, see your UNIX or Linux documentation.
After you have configured the remote Syslog host, you must identify the remote host as a destination for logs in the Security Console.