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Remote logging on Asus-AC88U with Merlin 384.16

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by SynoDyne, Jun 4, 2020.

  1. SynoDyne

    SynoDyne New Around Here

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    I'd like to send logs generated on the router to a remote server, however I'm not seeing any options in the WebGUI to set such server. It's worth noting I have Amtm with Scribe installed along other addons i.e., Diversion and Skynet. I'm guessing said option was removed/is unavailable with some particular addon(s) installed.

    The missing field in WebGUI is usually available under Administration -> System OR System Log -> General Log

    IS there actually a way to send logs to a remote server if the tab in WebGUI is missing? Maybe by editing a file or something like that?

    Device: AC88U on Merlin 384.16

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  2. dave14305

    dave14305 Part of the Furniture

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    uiScribe hides those fields because, hey, you’re running syslog-ng from Scribe. Can’t have it both ways. See if you can do what you want with syslog-ng configuration.
     
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  3. EventPhotoMan

    EventPhotoMan Very Senior Member

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  4. SynoDyne

    SynoDyne New Around Here

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    Fair enough. Was trying to consolidate logs from multiple network devices to a single server. Played with the syslog-ng.conf, no dice. - Thank you for the hint on which file I should look at.

    Btw I like Scribe.
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