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Logging to Kiwi

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This article is a short guide to installing Kiwi SysLog, and shows how to set it all up in order to receive log info. The version described in this article is: 7.2.19.

Download

Download the latest Kiwi SysLog Daemon. A link is found in our Download section.

Installation

Double click the .exe installation file.

License Agreement

Click the "Agree" button.

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Operating Mode

Select "Install Kiwi Syslog Daemon as an Application". Click Next >.

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Choose Components

Choose the shortcuts you want. Click Next >.

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Choose Install Location

Choose Installation folder. Click Install.

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Finish

Select to Run Kiwi Syslog Daemon. Click Finish.

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Summary

A dialogue box with information that summarizes your settings appear. Click OK.

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Kiwi Free version

If you are using Kiwi Free version, then you need to nominate up to 5 sources to log from.

Navigate to File > Setup, and choose the Inputs tab.

Enter the IP Address of your ICX-AlphaCom or AlphaCom server.

Press OK


Windows

Depending on your OS version and settings this window might open. Choose your settings and click Allow access.


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Log Settings in AlphaWeb

You can log to Kiwi with either SysLog (preferred) or SNMP Trap.

SysLog

In the AlphaCom inbuilt webserver, AlphaWeb, navigate to System Configuration -> Logging. Click Edit for Remote Syslog (UDP/TCP).

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  • Enter the IP address of the computer where Kiwi is installed in the IP Address' field.
  • Leave Protocol type as UDP
  • Select which log(s) you want to output to Kiwi:
  • Click Save changes.

Log test

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Click the Generate test log messages button.

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Check the Kiwi Syslog Daemon and verify that all log test messages has arrived:

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SNMP Trap

In the AlphaCom inbuilt webserver, AlphaWeb, navigate to System Configuration -> Logging. Click Edit for SNMP Trap.

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  • Enter the IP address of the computer where Kiwi is installed in the IP Address field.
  • Select which log(s) you want to output to Kiwi:
  • Click Save changes.

Log test

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Click the Generate test log messages button.

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Check the Kiwi Syslog Daemon and verify that all log test messages has arrived:

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Log file

The syslog messages are stored in one file on the PC, called "SyslogCatchAll.txt".


text file with all syslog messages