1) save it in local directory of device running RTMT
2) export it to SFTP server
It seems to me option (1) is not possible. I wonder if schedule collection and send logs to SFTP/FTP server.
I want to know if the "Generate syslog" action is actually (1) here. But I wonder if it is used to write syslog of the SFTP/FTP transactions
For option (2), I tried COre SFTP and OpenSSH SFTP server. Both says ok when I do the "testing connections". But I don't see any connections even from sniffer on the SFTP server at the scheduled time to collect log. I see from sniffer there are connections when I do "testing connections". The job status is always in pending state not running state (may be refresh rate of RTMT just can't catch up with the running state, I don't know...)
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