[syslog-ng] logging switches
andrewm659 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 7 22:09:07 CET 2006
Is there any reason you would have all your devices
coming into local0?? Or does it matter, when I switch
the Dell switch to local1 I no longer get packets
coming into the syslog server. Why is that?
--- Bill Nash <billn at odyssey.billn.net> wrote:
> You didn't get any documentation with your switches?
> configuring syslog isn't rocket science, you just
> need the most basic
> understanding of your network's layout.
> The Dell web interfaces's have a prominent section
> called 'Global Log
> Parameters'. The command line interface has command
> line options under
> I found configuration examples for both with a mere
> Google of:
> "<platform name here> configuration guide". You can
> - billn
> On Thu, 2 Mar 2006, Andrew Meyer wrote:
> > I've recently used this mailing list to get help
> > setting up logging for my cisco pix's, now I want
> > be able to log my Dell and HP Procurve Switches,
> > there anything special i need to do for those? Is
> > there something predefined, is there a website
> where I
> > can find all the info for these devices??
> > Thank you all for your help.
> > Andrew
> > I'm worth a million in prizes
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