Ideal syslog or network management platform
Our small home network has grown quite a bit over the past few years, to the point where we now have 2 Linux servers, a Mac server, 3 managed switches, a firewall, a gateway router, Wireless controller with 4 access points, a few printers and a RAID6-SAN.
All of these are generating their own logs and warnings that its getting difficult to get a complete picture from.
I have as a start set all devices to use syslog for logging to a central Linux server. However, that syslog is getting swamped with everything ranging from DHCP requests to information about neighbouring wireless domains.
Can anyone recommend a good system to aggregate all logging/warning information that is relevant (such as router about to run out of memory, a harddisk failing on the NAS etc), and give a good health overview of the network with devices?
Any insight will be very welcome - thanks much!