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i have looked on the avail;able docs but have not yet seen such an example, is there a way to convert IPs to dns names, given the message below how to replace 192.168.225.2 with its dns name, host.name.com?

<132>Sep 22 20:24:01 qare RouteAnalyzer[21700]: Prefix 192.168.42.64/32 (192.168.42.64/32) from router 192.168.225.2 in BGP/AS64512 went down.Configured

thanks.

AskedSeptember 22, 2015 - 10:05pm

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The NXLog Enterprise Edition has a module that provides this functionality to resolve IP addresses to host names. You could also do this with xm_perl.

AnsweredSeptember 22, 2015 - 10:48pm

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  • nxlogdesonim's picture

    thanks, i it appears the perl approach will work.

    October 21, 2015 - 8:34pm