[SOLVED] Send syslog log to rsyslog server? is possible?
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Oh thanks Richard, I always configure rsyslog with @@192.168.0.150:514 (using TCP and the port) because of that, I used the same syntax in the syslog.conf. I already tested with @@ and @ but always using the port (@192.168.0.150:514).
I'll check that later, I'm not at work right now, thanks again...
Yeah I saw you link a couple of days when I was searching for a slackbuild of rsyslog, nice! I tested in my PC. But I decided to use the syslog what come with slackware, for stability purpose, you know, because is for a client. And mostly because the server with slackware is of the client. But the next time I'll use you slackbuild, I need to be sure first.