When you send syslog to Logsene, we strongly recommend you do that by adding your Logsene App's token as part of your CEE-formatted JSON over syslog.
If this is not possible for some reason - for example, if you're using the traditional syslogd - then you can authorize your public IP (or IPs) and send logs to Logsene as if it's your local log collector. Authorizing an IP lets us determine to which Logsene app logs originating from some IP should be routed. As such, a given IP address can be authorized in only one Logsene app.
You can authorize IPs from the Logsene application's Settings within your Sematext account (click here to go to the list of your Logsene applications), or from the Logsene application itself.
Method 1: From the Application Settings¶
First, you have to get to your list of Applications. You can do that from anywhere by going to Integrations-> Apps:
From the list of applications, click on the Actions button next to the Logsene application you need to work with:
Click on Whitelist IP item and add your IPs to the list:
Method 2: From the Logsene Application¶
You can also authorize IPs without leaving the Logsene application. To do that, click on the App actions→App Settings button on the upper-right side:
Select Source IPs tab. From the IPs authorized for... screen, you can start adding IPs: