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TCP Syslog output for routers and switches

I am installing a Log Correlation Server at a Customer site whom is very heavy Cisco.

I have a 3825 at their Border, ASA boxes on both sides of the DMZ, and 40 + cisco Switches in the Infrastructure routing between Production VLAN's.

One of the features fo the Logging Server is the ability to accept TCP connections for Syslog.

Does this functionality also exist on the 3825 Router? How about a 3550 switch? Or a 4500 switch?

Thanks

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Re: TCP Syslog output for routers and switches

It exist on all of those product.

www.linuxhomenetworking.com/cisco-hn/syslog-cisco.htm

This link give a quick overview but you will find how to configure syslog in the product documentation.

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