Re: Syslog utility
Larry List ( email@example.com )
Wed, 16 Sep 1998 22:45:21 -0700
At 01:59 PM 9/16/98 +1000, George wrote:
>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?
A VERY quick answer :)
Find yourself a syslog utility for NT and then you must tell your router
where the syslog is running and you will then have a log for support to
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