[Snort-users] Logging to Remote Syslog and ACID Console

twig les twigles at ...131...
Mon Nov 4 09:30:08 EST 2002

You don't specify the remote syslog server in the
snort.conf file or in the command line.  Lose the -s,
use snort.conf to tell snort to syslog the stuff, then
edit /etc/syslog.conf to use the correct server.

--- "Parker, Ian" <parker.ian at ...6018...> wrote:
> Is it possible to send alerts to both a remote
> Syslog server and a remote
> ACID console? I can do one or the other, but if I
> specify the -s switch in
> the command line, it overrides the output plug-in
> for MySQL in the config
> file. The config file does not seem to allow you to
> specify a remote Syslog
> server. I suppose I could set up a local Syslog
> server and have it forward
> stuff to the remote daemon but I'd like to avoid
> that complication if
> possible.
> Ian Parker, GCWN
> Senior Systems Analyst
> Upgrading Plant Computing
> Syncrude Canada Ltd
> (780)790-4631
> parker.ian at ...6018...
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