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How view Syslog

I cant seem to view a Syslog with a Device Mgr. I have one router connected to a PC with Device Mgr software installed. I think I set all the enables for Syslog. I set the IP address for the syslog to report to the PC that Device Mgr is installed on. When I open the Syslog window its always blank.

Any hints on how to be able to view SYslog?

Thank you!

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Re: How view Syslog

Hi Robin,

My first thought about this:

If your PC is directly connected to the router then you have to use a crossover cable.

My second thought is:

What protocol and port number does the Device Manager use?

You can set the protocol and port number

to use for syslog using the following command:

logging host [ip address] transport [udp|tcp] port x

Cheers:

Istvan

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Re: How view Syslog

hi robin

By default syslot uses 514. We are using kiwi its a freeware tool and easy to install. On router you need to add the given command

logging ip address

By default it will add all the severity levels.

regards

shivlu jain

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Re: How view Syslog

Please I want to use the syslog. Pls tell me in a nutshell what I need to do and the command. Is device manager or kiwi or any software needed to be installed on the PC.

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Re: How view Syslog

we use Kiwi for our syslogs.it's simple.

Install a syslog server on PC.

You can find a free download of Kiwi syslog server on

http://www.solarwinds.com')">www.solarwinds.com

add logging on router

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