linux syslog

i have a central log server, running kiwi syslog service manager
and in windows servers im using datagram syslog agent

now i have a linux machine, im lookin for a free tool which will send syslog messges to my windows machine
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I'd strongly suggest using syslog-ng -
... as the ports syslog-ng sends its messages to are configurable.
I don't know windows' syslogging, but if it uses the standard port 514 to receive foreign messages, you can use the normal syslogd that comes with linux.
Just enter
*.debug  @[your_windows_loghost]
in your /etc/syslog.conf to have ALL messages sent.

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look at

basically you need entry like

kern.crit                    @finlandia

where finlandia is the syslog server (in /etc/hosts or dns or its ip address)
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ammadeyy2020Author Commented:
its not free, i want a free version
ammadeyy2020Author Commented:
it uses port 514
syslog-ng _is_ free!
My link was a bit misleading, please look here -
If port 514, as you wrote, you can use the standard linux syslogd. Look at our previous posts, please.
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