The Syslog Service provides support for system logging, network logging, and collecting logs from hosts. You can use the Syslog Service to redirect and store ESXi messages to a server on the network.
|Common Log Level||N/A||Set the level of information you want to include in the logs.
|Remote Syslog Host||N/A||The IP address of the host you want to use for storing ESXi messages and logs. This is also the IP address of the remote syslog server on the network you use to redirect logs and ESXi messages.|
|Remote Syslog Port||N/A||The port number to use for communication with the machine to which you want to export log files.|
|Remote Syslog Protocol||N/A||The communication protocol that Syslog uses. Available protocols are TCP, UDP, and TLS.|