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  • cisco router log monitoring

    hi to everybody,

    we want a tool that can collect log analysis of cisco routers. And the tool must work on windows.

    can anybody advice any log analyzer to us ?

    (currently we have kiwi sislog deamon)

    thank you for your replies,

    have a nice day

  • #2
    log collecting

    hi to everybody,

    we want to collect logs from cisco routers and keep them (not just show them like analyzers). can anbdody help about what can we use? what should we do?

    thank you for your replies,

    have a nice day

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    • #3
      Re: log collecting

      you need to setup a logserver or also called a Syslog server.
      You can find some examples here
      http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/c...slog-cisco.htm
      Marcel
      Technical Consultant
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      • #4
        Re: log collecting

        There are quite a few programs that can help...

        Try the Kiwi Syslog Deamon if you would like to use a Windows Machine:
        http://www.kiwisyslog.com/index.php

        Yay Friday!

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        • #5
          Re: cisco router log monitoring

          Hi Huseyin,

          Are you dissatisfied with Kiwi syslog? What would the new tool do that Kiwi syslog does not?

          The most impressive centralized log management system I have seen is Logrhythm. However, it is an appliance and may not be Windows based. Plus is it expensive. I am still trying to get it approved at my company.

          Thanks for your post!
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          • #6
            Re: cisco router log monitoring

            I usually do Kiwi loading into a SQL database. I write SQL Reporting Services reports and some cleanup jobs to keep it neat.
            Thanks,
            Brian Desmond
            Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
            www.briandesmond.com

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