Undeliverable: Syslog utility

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Thu, 17 Sep 1998 07:04:17 +0200

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Very quick question!

We have some trouble with our router and a telephone support fellow is
asking us to get a syslog for it so he can have a look at it.

Since we never used a syslog for the router I looked at how I can
organize one and found that it has to be done through a UNIX host.

Since we did not find UNIX to be worth the trouble (or the money) my
question is: does anyone have any idea how can I get this done without
having to install a UNIX box?