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Understanding and configuring Syslog on a Cisco router

Understanding Syslog

Syslog is a standard used by network devices for message logging of events. Syslog messages can be stored locally on the device, or sent to an external syslog-server. 714 more words


Sending syslog messages from a Linux box to SIEM

Let’s imagine that we need to direct log messages from our Linux box to SIEM solution. For centralized management/backup or correlation purposes. How do we do that? 288 more words


Monitor logfiles and command output on AIX using multitail.

Most applications, like operating systems, have their own logs files. Sometimes, we need to see them at the same time to troubleshoot issues. Here’s when multitail ( 755 more words


Logging configuration on WLC

In this post we will learn how to configure WLC for logging option. Logs are always good to have while troubleshooting any issue.

Console logging… 1,485 more words


Secure Management - Implementing Logging Features

Logging is a very important networking tool. It allows back-tracking network events and auditing. It stores the history of configuration changes and events in your network. 266 more words


Cisco ASA TCP Syslog

By default, ASA will stop allowing connections, if Syslog server goes down when we enable TCP Syslog instead of the default UDP 514 Syslog.

Following command will allow connections even if syslog server goes down.

logging host permit-hostdown


How we shaved the poodle

In this post I’ll describe how we used CFEngine to apply fixes to apache and nginx to defuse the infamous poodle bug. The post is a bit rushed, in the hope it may still be useful to someone. 1,358 more words