[syslog-ng] Can I manually setup a Syslog server?

Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming ceo at teo-en-ming.com
Sun Sep 13 02:32:04 UTC 2020

Subject: Can I manually setup a Syslog server?

Good day from Singapore,

I have just implemented and setup the following for an investment 
company (company name is confidential) in Singapore on 12 Sep 2020 
Saturday Singapore Time.

(1) Installed and configured Kiwi Free Syslog Server 9.7.0 (by 
Solarwinds) on the Active Directory Domain Controller (Windows Server 
2016 Standard).

(2) Configured Cisco ASA 5506-X Firewall's Logging to send and transmit 
syslog messages to Kiwi Free Syslog Server 9.7.0 on the Windows Server.

(3) Added a firewall rule to open UDP port 514 on the Symantec Endpoint 
Protection Manager (SEPM) on Windows Server 2016.

So the question I have is, can I manually setup and configure a Syslog 
Server with GUI using open source syslog daemon, open source tools and 
any Linux distro?

Thank you very much.


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