Send syslog messages between domains.
Transport syslog messages
Diode Syslog supports the transport of Syslog messages between domains separated with data diodes. Both TCP and UDP protocols are supported and can be configured to run multiple parallel Syslog streams simultaneously.
HOW IT WORKS
The most basic setup is to have a single Syslog stream as shown below.
Another common scenario is shown below where logs are forwarded from three separate domains to a single Security Operations Center for centralized analysis and monitoring.
This architecture prevents information leakage between the security domains under supervision. It also ensures that personnel in each security domain can not manipulate the logs once stored in the Security Operations Center and that the personnel at the Security Operation Center have no direct access to the security domain they supervise.
Diode Syslog is able to forward Syslog messages from multiple computers to multiple Syslog servers in a different network separated by a data diode.