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[REBOL] Re: "standard" tcp/ip log !?

From: martin:middleton:speechworks at: 26-Oct-2001 9:05

There's an application you can load onto your PC that will get the logs automatically, but I'm assuming you want to read the messages via REBOL. The 255 address refers to the host address on the subnet your linksys is using, by default it's referring to 192.168.1.255. This means you have to set your machine's IP address to this if you want to receive the log messages. Alternatively, you can reconfigure the router (through your web browser) to send the logs to another IP address. I'm not sure what port the logger uses to send data (I'm not near my linksys at the moment). HTH At 08:42 AM 10/26/2001, you wrote:
>Hello world, > > I have quoted a text that comes from my cable modem firewall/router. It >states that it can broadcast its log to the default ip address 255... > >here is the text directly in the help box: > >{The router can send the log messages to the host in LAN side. If you want >to use "LogViewer" to record those log messages, you could execute the >LogViewer on one PC located on LAN side and insert the PC's IP in "Send Log >to". The router will send the log messages to this PC. Otherwise, it will >broadcast those log messages with default ip address 255.} > >So, how do I access this stream of data... is this "log message" a standard >protocol? or is it just plain text? > >anyone know what to do with this log system (in rebol)? > >If its of any importance, its a linksys router > >thanks in advance! > >-MAx > >-- >To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to >[rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the >subject, without the quotes.
- martin