RE: [fw-wiz] (no subject)
From: Claussen, Ken (Ken_at_kccweb.com)
To: "Hilal Hussein" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 15:38:06 -0400
Sorry for the slow reply.
In a command window the following will export individual lines to a file
named, DeniedLogs040704.txt, in the directory where the command is run:
Findstr "deny" c:\Logs\PixLog040704.log >DeniedLogs040704.txt
A > character will overwrite the Text file each time the command is run,
a >> will append to the file instead.
Change the text in quotes to match on different criteria.
For more detailed help type "findstr /?" (without quotes) at a command
This command is also useful with the pipe character (|) for screen
PS Kiwi Syslog will allow you to filter the logs to different files
based on the same type of criteria as above, supports Windows XP and
will run as a service.
From: Hilal Hussein [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 3:42 AM
Subject: [fw-wiz] (no subject)
i have cisco pix firewall that is sending it log data to a cisco syslog
server (windowsxp workstation).
it is working fine with me since it is a service, so i willl be sure
is running whenever the server is up and running.
But i have two questions concerning this syslog:
1 - the log files are too big since everyfile contains the whole day
and since the file size is about 400 + Mb, i am not able to open it.
is there any third party utility which i can use to manage (open, check,
filter, ....) the log files of the cisco syslog?
2 - is there any other syslog server which could work with the cisco pix
firewalls, and which is a service and NOT an application?
your fast respond is highly appreciated,
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