· Display the message in the scrolling window
· Logging the message to a text file
· Forward themessage to another syslog server
· Log to an ODBC database
· Log to the NT Application Event Log
· E-mail the message to someone via SMTP
·Triggering a sound alarm
· Running an external program such as a paging notification system
· Send an SNMP Trap message
· Page someone using NotePagerPro
· Log to Kiwi Syslog Web Access
Actions can be performed on received messages. Messages can be filtered by host name, host IP address,priority, message text or time of day.
The installation package allows you to install Kiwi Syslog Server in one of two ways:
· As a Windows Service for use on Windows2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7 or Windows 2008 R2
· As a Standard interactive Windows application for use on Windows 2000, XP,2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7 or Windows 2008 R2
The Standard application runs interactively and only operates while a user is logged on to the system.
TheService runs as an automatic Windows Service. Installing Kiwi Syslog Server as a service means that a user does not need to be logged on to the system for Kiwi Syslog Serverto operate.
The Kiwi Syslog Service Manager program provides the interface to configure and manage the Windows NT service.
The BSD Syslog protocol is defined in RFC3164.
For a comprehensive description of the syslog protocol, see: