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Send syslog messages

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You can use the tool to send Syslog messages to another Syslog server. This feature is commonly used to add messages manually to a remote Syslog database for testing, during system upgrades, and while troubleshooting a network problem.

  1. Click Edit > Send Syslog Message.
  2. In the Target Host name or IP address field, enter the host name or IP address of the message target.
  3. Select a priority from the list.
  4. Select a facility code from the list.
  5. Enter your message, and then click Send Message.

    Your message is sent on UDP port 514.

 
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