Sat, 8 Sep 2001 01:39:04 -0500
188.8.131.52-+--> local logger <---> firewall <--> VPN <--> central logger
| 192.168.100.100 <public IP>
I'm trying to setup a centralized syslog server for several geographically
The hostA, hostB, hostC computers all log to local logger (192.168.100.100). And
this server logs to the central logger.
I'm a little confused on what settings I need:
long_hostnames or chain_hostnames?
Looking at the web, it seems like they are aliases for the same functionality.
keep_hostname(no), because I want hostA/local logger in the log files collected
at the central logger?
Others, I played with, but I cannot get the combo to work right.
If I was the logs in central logger to look like hostA/local logger, which
commands so I turn on?
If I get this to work, I'll add it to the sample configs.
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