How does logging service work?¶
When a logging service is enabled on the controller, the controller pushes the logging configuration and modules(if needed) to the controller and to all the gateways. Once this done, the logs flow from each of the Aviatrix Network Components directly to the logging server/service. Please make sure that you have a path from each of these components to the logging server/service.
When a new gateway is created later or if a gateway goes through forced-upgrade or through replace-gateway, they go through the same process as described above.
Is AWS’s Cloudwatch supported?¶
We are happy to report that starting release 4.0 we support Logging to AWS Cloudwatch. Check it out!!
Are syslogs viewable on Controller?¶
Syslogs are not viewable on Controller. Please deploy an external service such as Cloudwatch, DataDog, Splunk, Logstash, SumoLogic, rsyslog. Also, syslogs from gateways are not collected at the controller and are sent directly from the gateways to the controller
Is Splunk Cloud supported?¶
At this time, we support Splunk Enterprise but not Splunk Cloud
How do I use a Sumologic collector which is deployed behind an Aviatrix Egress Control Gateway?¶
If you are deploying SumoLogic Collector behind an Aviatrix Egress Control Gateway, you might want to look at this Link to enable SNI and then you can setup a filter to let traffic from *.sumologic.com to pass through.
How do I know if the rsyslog is running well? Will I get an emails?¶
Starting release 4.0, there is a daily connectivity check from all Aviatrix Gateways and Controller to the syslog server, when rsyslog is enabled. If any of the devices cannot reach the server successfully, an email is sent out to the admin with the Subject:”Failed to connect to Remote Syslog Server”
How can I get Gateway or Tunnel Down Alerts?¶
Aviatrix controller will send an email alert to the admin when a tunnel or gateway status changes. You can also setup receiving alerts related to a particular/all gateways or tunnel going up or down, by having your logging services alert you.