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NAT aka "Game and application sharing" - where is the log ?

starfry
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NAT aka "Game and application sharing" - where is the log ?

Hi, I have set up a NAT rule on my TG585 supplied by PlusNet (the router calls it "game and application sharing" for some unknown reason). It works.
Now when I set it up I enabled the "log" option and the GUI shows this as being "on".
I'dl like to inspect this log but I can't find where it is. I've looked with both the the web and cli admin tools but nothing jumps out.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
Thanks very much.
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redbull2k14
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Re: NAT aka "Game and application sharing" - where is the log ?

starfry
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Re: NAT aka "Game and application sharing" - where is the log ?

thanks I didn't think that was it. I had expected a log of connections on that specific nat connection. Perhaps the log I'd hoped for doesn't exist?
the event log doesn't list any connections but it seems to list only today. I want to look at a history of the past ten days, when I know there were connections made because I made them myself.
Superuser
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Re: NAT aka "Game and application sharing" - where is the log ?

Hi,
The GUI log is indeed not very long.
If you are happy playing with technical stuff, you can try the telnet log - see here for a load of useful info on these routers from one of the forum members - http://npr.me.uk - see the "save log to syslog client" section... which if you want all singing all dancing logging is a useful solution... if you know how to set up a syslog server, which I do not!