Try putty it's easy.
1. Read and Copy the content from the sample syslog configuration file to 'notepad' (or syslog.conf of a working partner node):
2. In the notepad content of the syslog settings point to your 'remote host' syslogd server, whatever you change you want to make)
3. Paste the content in syslog.conf and save the file (This will create a file for you)
filer>wrfile /etc/syslog.conf (Press enter, system will appear paused, now copy paste the content from 'notepad' and press ctl +c)
4. Reinitialize syslog and verify if messages logging is normal:
System will automatically restart syslogd within 30 seconds, with this message
*kern.syslogd.restarted:info: syslogd: Restarted*