In this online Seminar, Wajih-ur-Rehman uses a freshly installed copy of WinSyslog and has it write to a text file as well as generate email alerts if a specifc string is present inside the message. The specific requirements achieved during this session are: WinSyslog will receive syslog messages over the standard port of 514/UDP All […]
This Article describes you how you can export the configuration of your program and create a debug file. These are needed for troubleshooting. The Article is applicable to EventReporter, MonitorWare Agent and WinSyslog.
This article is also available as an interactive guide. Simply follow this link: How to configure a Syslog Server – Interactive Tutorial Macromedia Flash Player is needed. 1. Right Click on Services -> Add Service -> Syslog Server 2. Give some name of this Syslog Server. I will be using the default name which is […]
For Configuring MoniLog You would need: 1 MoniLog to automatically generate consolidated reports based on the gathered log data at the central server. To deliver MoniLog reports, you need a local web server (for example Microsoft’s IIS or Apache) and a mail server capable of talking SMTP (most modern servers support this). You need administrative […]
Last updated 2016-08-26 by Jan Gerhards, using Winsyslog 13.2. In this scenario, a simple Syslog server will be created. No other services are configured. The Syslog server will operate as a standard Syslog server on the default port of 514/UDP. All incoming data will be written to a single text file. Step 1 – Defining a […]
1. Start the Application. 2. Again, you can select the language to use. And again, I suggest using English, as this makes the guide easier to follow. 3. Then define a new rule set, right click “Rules”. A pop up menu will appear. Select “Add Rule Set” from this menu. On screen, it looks as […]