I did the configuration to save the Logs to a USB-Stick. Where can I watch the Logs on the USB Stick. In Monitor/Log are only the logs from the internal Storage.
Is there a possibility to make a regular backup to the USB-Stick?
In the Case someone replay its possible to use a USB SSD for Backup?
A 2TB SSD got Cheaper this Days and there should nought space for a propper Logfile.
The old USG300 did Support atleast a USB Stick.
Here is the example shows how to use the USB device to store the system log information.
Note: Only connect one USB device. It must allow writing (it cannot be read-only) and use the FAT16, FAT32, EXT2, or EXT3 file system. This example was tested
Set Up the USB System Settings
Go to CONFIGURATION > System > USB Storage > Settings > General. Select Activate USB storage service if you want to use the connected USB device(s).
Set a number and select a unit (MB or %) to have the ZyWALL/USG send a warning message when the remaining USB storage space is less than the value you set here.
CONFIGURATION > System > USB Storage > Settings > General
Set Up the USB Log Storage
Go to CONFIGURATION > Log & Report > Log Settings, select USB Storage and click Activate. Click Apply to save your changes.
CONFIGURATION > Log & Report > Log Settings
Go to CONFIGURATION > Log & Report > Log Settings > USB Storage > Edit. Select Duplicate logs to USB storage (if ready) to have the ZyWALL/USG save a copy of its system logs to a connected USB storage device. Use the Selection drop-down list to change the log settings for all of the log categories.
Check the USG Log Files
Connect the USB to PC and you can find the files in the following path:\Model Name_dir\centralized_log\YYYY-MM-DD.log
To use USB SSD for device to test please follow the type below.
It should be able to support up to 32TiB theoretically in ext3 format
since we didn’t limit the file system size on the firmware. However, normally
the USB port on the device is used to collect the device log, captured
packets…etc. If you meant to install this 32TiB storage as a NAS server, it’s
recommended to access the server through Ethernet instead of using USB port