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setup.ini

Syslog server installation

Your Appliance can send log messages to an external network management or monitoring system using the standard Unix syslog protocol. However, the syslog server itself (the server that accepts syslog messages and stores them locally) is not part of SecuLution. There are various products available on the internet. Every Linux distribution comes with a syslog server. Contact our sales team if you need a commercial license.

Here are some suggestions for how to configure the free version of Kiwi Syslog Daemon 9.1.0 for Windows:

Install Syslog daemon, then choose File > Setup from the menu.

filesetup

"Log to file" -> enter destination path of logfile. You may want to enter "%DateISO" as filename, so that there'll be a new file for every day:
dateiso

You can configure the IP address where syslog messages are sent in the Appliances' console.