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Compare Kiwi Syslog Server Editions

Upgrade from the Free Edition to Watch More, Archive Smarter and React to Events

Only $295

Kiwi Syslog Server is available in two editions: a Free Edition limited to 5 devices, and an unlimited Commercial Edition that adds monitoring, retention, automation and secure Web access.

  Kiwi Syslog Server
Free Edition
Kiwi Syslog Server
Commercial Edition
Collecting Messages
Maximum Devices 5 Unlimited
Syslog (UDP and TCP)
Message Buffer 500 10,000,000
Logging to Disk
Write Logs to Disk
Split by Priority
Split by Time of Day
Split by IP/hostname  
Split by Network  
Split on Message Content  
Log File Retention
Unique Log Per Day
Rotate on Number of Files  
Rotate on File Size  
Rotate on File Age  
Viewing Messages
Display Windows 10 25
Statistics graphs
Custom Font and Color
Web-Based Displays  
Highlighting Rules  
DNS resolution of IPs  
Forwarding Messages
To Syslog (UDP/TCP)
To Database  
To Windows Event Log  
To Email  
As Proxy (Spoofed Source)  
Filtering Messages
By Time Received
By Message Attributes  
By Count of Similar Messages  
Reacting to Messages
High Traffic Alert
Send Email  
Play Sound  
Run Script  
Run Executable  
Configuring Server and Rules
Tray Icon Status
GUI Management Application
Secure Web Access  

Only $295


The Commercial Edition of Kiwi Syslog Server lets you listen to an unlimited number of devices and computers. It improves log organization by allowing you to split up your logs by device, functional role or message contents, and then helps you implement your log retention policy with automatic grandfathering and clean-up rules.

Messages can be viewed in real time through a GUI application or from anywhere using the Commercial Edition's secure Web viewer. Custom message highlighting rules and DNS resolution of obscure IP addressed can also be applied to help you quickly find what you need in busy logs.

Messages can be forwarded to other syslog servers, to any ODBC database (e.g., SQL Server), to the Windows Event Log, to SNMP or to other email addresses. The Commercial Edition can even be configured to act like a "syslog proxy", forwarding messages with original source information spoofed into the forwarded messages.

The Commercial Edition allows you to set up filters to react to specific message content, specific types of messages, messages sent at specific times, or a number of similar messages, such as five alerts in a row. Actions taken in response to a matching filter include sending email notifications, playing sounds, running scripts and running executables. (Scripts and executables can implement almost any type of advanced filtering, forwarding or action imaginable.)