What unix/linux distro are you using to log the files to?
usually a linux distro's syslog is: syslogd -m 0 -r
and that will receive syslog events from other servers, etc.
syslog-ng is good but true, its a pain sometimes to config.
And you can just put a rule into syslog.conf to catch the incoming
messages and put them in their own file as well.
all syslog.conf is , in general is a filter for raw logs to go somewhere.
Ron Rosson wrote:
> I have been looking into doing this as well but I would like m0n0wall to log
> to its own files and not the files that the syslog server would be logging
> for itself. Is this possible without having to replace syslog with
> P.S. For some reason me and syslog-ng never got along when it came to