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<H2>SLOP Help: adding a log server</H2>
<H3>How to get to this page:</H3>
   <LI> Login to SLOP using an account with administrator privledges
   <LI> Once logged in, select one of your Checkpoint Firewall-1 objects
        to work with
   <LI> After you have selected an object and are in the main interface,
        click the <B>Administration page</B> link under the Internet
        Security banner.  If you do not see this link, you are not
        logged in with an administrator account.
   <LI> On the administration page, click the "Add log server" link.

<H3>Adding a log server:</H3>

This is a fairly simple process.  Complete the following fields:
   <LI> <B>Server name</B>: Name or nickname of the logging server for
        future identification
   <LI> <B>Hostname</B>: IP address or fully qualified domain name of
        the logging server that SLOP can use to connect to the server
   <LI> <B>Username</B>: Username that SLOP can use to login to the
   <LI> <B>Password</B>: Preferrably you can configure ssh on the server
        running SLOP to communicate with the logging server using
        public/private keys without passwords (see manpage for
        ssh-keygen).  If you can\'t do this, enter a password here so
        the user running your slop perl scripts can login to the logging
When the form has been filled out, click the "Add Log Server" button.
As with the other forms, try to not use characters that could be escapes
or wildcards (*/\$%@&).  
After submitting the form, SLOP will verify the information is acceptable
and notify you of success or failure.

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