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syslog

(SYStem LOG) See log and syslog protocol.
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The trend in network security is to be able to combine both Syslog and SNMP into a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
Syslog file in /var/log provides the date and time at which a particular network connection was established.
The product also supports SMTP client and Syslog for logging and reporting.
VoFi Analyzer not only samples wireless traffic as it travels through the air, it also integrates with leading phones to directly collect Syslog messages, giving crucial insight into call quality at the device itself.
Syslog Processor -- With the new syslog processor, Aruba mobility controllers can receive syslog messages, a commonly supported standard format, from third-party devices such as security appliances.
Both types of devices generate security events, which can be delivered over a standard network protocol, called Syslog, to the IT department's centralized event-logging system.
Supplied adapters support both real-time and batch-mode event capture protocols (such as Syslog, SNMP, LEA, SCP, SFTP, FTP, HTTP, RDBMS).
ConsoleWorks scans for these alerts, called Events, in the Syslog output of the Snort NIDS.
In addition to telemanagement, the all-new DL150 combines many other remote management functions never supported by a single device, including the collection and relay of Syslog records in text message form, SNMP Trap Capture from other network devices, Remote IP routing for emergency access to the network, plus an array of remote and onboard sensors to help monitor your equipment closets.
In addition, they should know how to examine "Wtmp" files and "syslog" firewall logs.
Examine "Wtmp" files, history logs, message logs, the "syslog" fire wall logs, router logs, and proxy server logs.