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how to configure cisco router(1700, 2600) for syslog server?

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I need help for configuring cisco router for syslog server.I have WINSYSLOG software VER 4.2.35.I had tried with following commands in router.

logging on
logging 192.168.10.x
logging trap <level>
logging source-interface fa0.
 
I am not getting any output on syslog server.

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Shailendra
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not sure what level you're planning to log...

try

logging trap debugging

I'm also not familiar with the configuration of winsyslog (I have used kiwi's free syslog daemon though with success - http://www.kiwisyslog.com/ )

Also, the Cisco router will send syslog to loggin facility local7 by default. Is this what you've got configured to accept logging with the daemon you're running? just checking...

I usually segregate my syslog traffic and send to a different logging facility...like this:

logging facility local6

and then specifically define a new path for my router logs.
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