That worked!

On Saturday 01 November 2003 12:06 pm, Joost Bekkers wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 01, 2003 at 11:33:39AM -0600, list wrote:
> > I am trying to send cisco's syslog to Syslogd and i have been
> > unsuccessful. I have modified the syslog.conf to list
> > local6.*    /var/log/cisco. I have changed rc.conf to start syslog with -a
> > and removed the -s command. I have checked with logger. While using the
> > logger from FreeBsd i am able to log meesage in to the cisco.log file.
> > However from network i am not able to do so. I looked tcpdump see the
> > packets but nothing shows in cisco.log or to all the other log files.
> You have to specify a 'service' of * on the syslogd commandline (with
> the -a option). By default syslogd only accepts packets coming from
> the sysog port on the remote host.  Cisco uses a dynamicly allocated
> port for sending the logging.
> Hope this helps.

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