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== Syslog Message Types ==
== Syslog Message Types ==
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Revision as of 11:08, 29 September 2016

You can automatically have alerts sent to you syslog server(s) for choice.

In this page you can select what type of alerts to send to the syslog server(s). the syslog servers input can have multiple entries, separated by a comma ","


Each entry can also have a port, facility and logging level set by using the format



The above would send messages to 2 servers, .1 is on port 515 and .2 is on port 516

Both are using the "Local 7" Facility and the "Warning" level [[1]]

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Syslog Message Types