Syslog is a standard for message logging. A syslog server (a “collector”) gathers log messages coming from syslog clients (“originators”).
syslog-receive is a command-line (shell) utility that works as a syslog server.
- IPv4 and IPv6
- BSD syslog protocol (RFC3164)
- IETF syslog protocol (RFC5424)
- Syslog over UDP (RFC5426)
- Syslog over TCP (RFC6587)
- Syslog over TLS (RFC5425)
- Limit for maximum message size
- ‘Non-transparent-framing’ message format
- ‘Octet-counting’ message format
- TLS: Optional request of clients certificates
- TLS: Certification path validation
- TLS: Certificate fingerprints validation
- UTF-8 and custom charsets
- Optional hexadecimal output
- Windows 64-bit:
- Windows 32-bit:
In simple words: syslog-receive is free to use. For full details refer the End-User License Agreement.
Contact us for a special license if you want to include syslog-receive as a part of your commercial product.