Is there any way to forward ap traces "ap.log" to a remote syslog server.

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Is there any way to forward ap traces "ap.log" to a remote syslog server.
Instead of AP Log Collection?
I have been looking around inside the CLI on the AP's and I'm not seeing anything so far. 
I have 3825i AP's on 09.21.06.0006

I find that it is pretty neat that these ap's run on linux 2.6 kernel on the PPC platform. 
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No since the ap.log is typically for support debugging only. I suppose someone could script something to SSH to each access point and grab just that ap.log file but as far as something currently supported other than https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-schedule-Access-Point-trace-bundle-... the answer is still no. 
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Gotcha I already have that enabled. I'm trying to trace down issues with ATPC. It would be easier if i can go though the data analytic using a tool like graylog. I didn't see a forum post on something like this so i thought i might ask.

Thanks!