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Old 06-15-2008, 10:16 PM   #1
abefroman
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Has anyone got rsyslog to work using TLS? I see traffic, but nothing gets logged?


Has anyone got rsyslog to work using TLS?

I have confirmed, with tcpdump, that traffic is going to the remote server on port 10514 from the client, but nothing is getting logged.

I used a 3rd server to try to log into the client server serveral times with an incorrect password, and when doing that traffic will show up on the remoter server, but nothing is logged to /var/log/secure.

The SSL TLS crt and key seems to be correct, along with the rsyslog.conf file.

What could be going wrong here?

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