Sure; CIPE can encrypt the data, but if you're using an entire tunneling
mechanism for a single port, that may be an overkill. You could use a
simple ssh tunnel asuming syslog runs over TCP (and I believe it does).
On Thu, 8 Nov 2001, Raphael Quoilin wrote:
> I have syslog servers remotely.
> I wonder if CIPE can encrypt syslog messages "peer to peer" without having
> to setup this on the routers (wich are cisco's :-))
> I hope you understand what I mean.
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