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Logging to another device.

I setup my router to log to a server using the command 'logging 10.87.183.20'. Where is that log located once it is on the server?

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Silver

Re: Logging to another device.

On the Syslog server you have defined a default directory for all log files. You can modify the directory on the syslog server to be any directory you want. It will be a .log file...If you do not know the directory, you can do a search on the drive.

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Re: Logging to another device.

Hello,

If the Syslog Server your logging to has a GUI or other management functionality you should be able to find the default logging directory.

Regards,

James

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Re: Logging to another device.

What will the name of the file be? Or what format will the name be in?

Purple

Re: Logging to another device.

Hi,

It depends on your syslog server. For a lot of *nix-based servers, the file will appear by default in /var/log with a filename of 'syslog'

Hope that helps - pls rate the post if it does.

Paresh

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