Posted on 2010-11-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-10

I'm looking at rsyslog and have got our Cisco ASA firewall logging to it. We are using a dhcp server, so need the ip addresses in the event logs converted the the clients ip address. Is there a way I can edit the rsyslog.conf to do dns lookups on the message field? I'm using a Mysql fb
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by:Alan Huseyin Kayahan
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    Your request cant be answered in the zones you listed your question in. Rather choose zones about scripting and database, post the sample logs and database tables so programmers can advice.

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expert_tanmay earned 500 total points
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I am trying to understand what you are looking for. Is it that you want a reverse dns i.e. convert from IP addresses to their host names.
Do you use MS windows active directory? If you are using the DNS of ADS then you can query the host names of the IP addresses in your log.


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