Syslog is a protocol that allows a host to send event notification messages across IP networks to event message collectors – also known as Syslog Servers or Syslog Daemons. In other words, a host or a device can be configured in such a way that it generates a Syslog message and forwards it to a specific Syslog Daemon (Server).
A Syslog Daemon or Server is an entity that listens to the Syslog messages that are sent to it. You cannot configure a Syslog Server to ask a specific device to send it Syslog messages. In other words, if a specific device . . .
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