Easy-to-use server for collecting and reviewing SYSLOG messages. This SYSLOG server will be very helpful for monitoring medium-sized networks. Many features, high performance and usability are the main advantages of it. A possibility to analyze collected SYSLOG messages provided by Syslog Watcher Standard Edition will be helpful for network auditing and advanced troubleshooting. Besides that, SYSLOG server supports various network device types.
What's new in this version: Version 22.214.171.1245 fixes issue with export to text files.
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