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How to use centos as a remote syslog server

How to enable remote syslog on centos and store data coming in from
one or more devices on your centos machine.

Changes on the centos machine you want to receive syslog data:
(Turn on remote syslog service)

/etc/sysconfig/syslog

Change:
SYSLOGD_OPTIONS=”-m 0″
To:
SYSLOGD_OPTIONS=”-r -x m 0″

 

Set up permissions for each device you want to accept data from

edit
/etc/syslog.conf
Add:

+ip.of.device.1
local7.* /var/log/switch1.log
+ip.of.device.2
local7.* /var/log/switch2.log

# The plus in front of the IP indicates its a remote device.

# You can have as many devices you want log to the same file. The
entries are prefixed by thier IP or Hostname

# You can use host names if you want, they just need to be able to resolve.

# One last note, I think centos needs tabs in syslog.conf to separate columns not spaces.

Add comment April 18th, 2011

Reset polycom 650 back to default

1- Write down the MAC address of the phone you want to reset. You can find it on the back of the phone. If the label on the back of the phone with the MAC id is removed, you can find it by pressing Menu, Status, Network, Ethernet.

2- Power down the phone.

3- Power up the phone.

4- You have about 15 seconds to complete this step:

a. For SoundPoint IP 320, 321, 330. 331, 335, 430, and 450 press and hold the 1, 3, 5, and 7 on the dial pad at the same time.

b. For SoundPoint IP 301, 501, 550, 600, 601, and 650 press and hold the 4, 6, 8, * on the dial pad at the same time.

5- After holding down the numbers for few second, you will be promoted to enter the admin password, enter the MAC id of the phone. No colons and the alpha characters must be entered as lower case letters.

6- The phone will reset itself and it will reboot again and the auto configuration process will ensue.

Add comment April 11th, 2011


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