Splunk for A10 Networks provides visibility into the ADC logs, allowing to detect and analyze Web traffic, trends, and Web threats.
The Splunk for A10 Networks can be installed by either the Splunk app setup screen, or by manually installing and configuring the app.
Once the app is installed, you need to do some configurations in your Splunk server and in the A10 Networks ADC. For detailed instructions please refer to the document gettingstarted.pdf located in SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/SplunkForA10Networks/appserver/static/gettingstarted.pdf.
NOTE: The WAF module is a new feature of the v2.7.1 ACOS code, in case you have an earlier version you will need to upgrade your appliance.
The app does source typing automatically for you. ADC's logs will have different source types depending of the type of log:
- SLB logs -> a10_slb
- WAF logs -> a10_waf
You will have to do a 2-step configuration in your ADC:
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