I did some testing with DD-WRT today and Syslog. The time stamps for the hour offset varies in the local log. So I don't think that an additional offset in the receiving application will help. On DD-WRT the simplest way to resolve is to set the timezone to GMT.

The DD-WRT Command Line. aka the DD-WRT Linux shell. This is an 'ash' shell. Ash is a version of sh, literally 'A SHell' (A command Interpreter) Basic Syntax. The Linux Command Shell (Ash) is not the same as the Windows/DOS command prompt. / (and not \) is used to separate directories in a path, just like the interweb. By default, logging on DD-WRT is turned off in order to save space. Syslog can be enabled under the Services TAB. Services -> Services -> System Log (Syslogd) If you have a remote syslog server, you can enter it's IP in here, if you leave the Remote IP blank, logging will be done locally only. Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 3:06 Post subject: WRT54GL traffic logs: Hi, I have a WRT54GL router with DD-WRT v24 installed. I want to log traffic from all computers connected to my network, individually (not just a total), but to a USB 2.0 LAN Network SERVER Print PRINTER NAS STORAGE BT. Log on to the DD-WRT router’s control panel by entering the router’s default address to the address bar of your preferred browser. (If you changed your router's default IP address, enter that into your browser instead). 2. Scroll down to reach Time Settings section and Enable NTP Client. Client Configuration - DD-WRT. This is the configuration for an OpenVPN Client running on another DD-WRT box. Just set the OpenVPN server name (its WAN address or name) and port (1194) using the GUI, and then put in the certs similar to the procedure on the server:

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First step, log into your DD-WRT router's web interface and navigate to the Services tab. Towards the bottom of that page you will find the System Log section. Enable Syslogd and enter the endpoint information that you got from logentries.com earlier. The DD-WRT firmware you have installed on the router may not have logging compiled-in, or it is disabled because of insufficient disk-space or RAM. You may need to use an alternate method of logging the messages on your computer via the network. See the following articles for some alternative ideas : Mar 09, 2012 · On DD-WRT: Go to the webGUI and select “Services”. Check the Enable checkbox for “Syslogd”. In the Remote Server textbox, put the IP/DNS of the collecting server. About. DD-WRT is a Linux based alternative OpenSource firmware suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems. The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionalities within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.

After restarting the router, log in to your newly flashed DD-WRT router. Open a web browser and enter the IP address into the address bar. This will bring you to the DD-WRT Router Management page where you will set your new router login credentials.

Thanks! I tried the exact command you gave, but got no output. After a little more Googling, I think the nvram command for this variant is nvram show.Replacing export --dump with show gives a pretty rich output of stuff. Unfortunately, it doesn't have the built-in SPI firewall rules in there anywhere.