When I tell my Cisco router (IOS) to
(config)# logging syslog.mydomain.com
and then look at the config, the config contains the IP of syslog.mydomain.com, i.e. 126.96.36.199.
Now the whole purpose of DNS is to have a layer of abstraction between service names and actual hosts. In this case, if I move the syslog server to another IP I have to touch the Cisco again. (Looks like that anyway)
Is it normal that it doesn't simply store the syslog HOST name and regularly gets updates for the hostname from DNS?
What do you think?