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Advice on a Syslog software to monitor Cisco ASA

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I need to know which is the best syslog software out there in order to monitor Cisco ASA appliances. This software will be installed in Windows Server. It doesn´t necessarily have to be for free.

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Kiwi Syslog is a free one and does a pretty good job.

If you want to go for Cisco stuff, there are variety of stuff but paid; One of them I can think of is 'Security Monitor' package within IDSMC/Secmon.

But I believe for most of the operations, Kiwi would be enough.

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Rajesh
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Which one did you go for ?

Cheers,
Rajesh
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