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Logging on WRV200

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by dudeinauckland, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. dudeinauckland

    dudeinauckland LI Guru Member

    Good afternoon all,
    I have a WRV200 with v1.0.29 of the firmware.

    What software are people using for logging? I downloaded linklogger and have not seen anything coming through (I believe I've set the WRV200 correctly to log all events).

    Does anyone have any logging success stories that they can pass on (i.e. tools, setup etc)

  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Use Wallwatcher; that's what I've been using ever since my wrv54g days.

  3. dudeinauckland

    dudeinauckland LI Guru Member


    DocLarge - you are a legend!

    Got it in one! I found the IP address of the machine which was sending spam because of a malware infection in about 10 seconds :)

    The one thing I am curious about - I've told WW that I am using a WRV200 router, and WW is giving me the messages, but is not parsing them out into the various columns. Do you have the same problem? Am I missing something?

  4. dudeinauckland

    dudeinauckland LI Guru Member

    Hmm.. WW now parses the messages correctly. It looks like it doesn't always catch the router config unless you restart it.

    Schweet!!! :)

    Cheers for your help Doc
  5. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    No prob...

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    The tool is called "Estate Guardian." Say goodbye to Windows SMS and IBM. Under half the cost as the other tool with 100% accuracy of actions to boot! It's a network computer systems management tool for auditing, inventory/asset management that features actual "real time" monitoring. Additionally, it comes with a database extraction tool that allows you to populate the database of your choice "in real-time" continuously (Oracle, Crystal Reporst, MySQL, Access). I'm more on the networking side, so the database feature is of more value to the database folks. The coverage of your systems is 24/7, 365 days a year, which means you always know what the health is of your networked computers; no surprises here :) .

    It's a dark horse application I'm trying to bring out to the I.T. community right now, but it's slow going due to me still trying to build notoriety for it.

    I wouldn't steer you wrong about it's effectiveness. Even this free version will assist you "greatly" in keeping tabs of what's going on in your neck of the woods. Trust me on this :)

    Check it out; if you have any questions, shoot me a PM...


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