[Novalug] SysLogging should be easy right?
fredrik.nyman at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 12:52:01 EDT 2012
And the next thing is to look at the logger manpage. logger is your
very best friend ever when troubleshooting syslog.
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 12:43 PM, Don E. Groves, Jr.
<dgrovesjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> See the man pages. The first you should look at is 'man syslogd' and the
> network enabling switches '-r -l 192.168.26.10'
> Also check out:
> seems to be fairly complete from my experience in the past of enabling
> this feature.
> -- Don Jr
> On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 12:25 PM, daniel <daniel at yacg.com> wrote:
>> The concept is pretty straight forward. You set up the process and the
>> firewalls (if any) and the next thing you know, there are logs coming in
>> from external devices to the server you set up right?
>> Well, obviously not easy. Worse, I'm not finding any useful howto
>> guides. Anyone know of any?
>> Platform is CentOS 6.x. All I want to do is catch incoming log messages
>> from a device on the network 192.168.26.10. Not totally concerned about
>> security though a little of that would be nice. The device doesn't know
>> how to do encryption though.
>> Anyone know of a good how-to or could offer one?
> Don E. Groves, Jr.
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