[fw-wiz] Juniper NSM and secure log forwarding

Hi, y'all -

Looking for suggestions as to how you've integrated NSM into your logging
environment. While it appears not to support ssl-wrapping syslog, it does
store it's logs internally in postgresql. Before I go hammering up a
cockeyed solution I thought I'd ask the hive.


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