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Cisco Meraki Presence Modular Input

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This modular input allows you to capture JSON probe data that is sent from a Cisco Meraki Presence cloud via HTTP(s) POST requests.CMX API v1.0 and v2.0 are supported.

Splunk Cisco Meraki Modular Input v1.3

Overview

This is a Splunk modular input add-on for Cisco Meraki that allows you to receive
JSON probe events from the Meraki Presence Cloud.

Dependencies

  • Splunk 5.0+
  • Supported on Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, FreeBSD, HP-UX, AIX

Setup

  • Untar the release to your $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps directory
  • Restart Splunk
  • Browse to the Meraki App in Splunk and enter the Meraki Secret and Validator in the setup screen.
  • Then Browse to Settings -- Data Inputs -- Cisco Meraki to add a new Input stanza that will establish a new Meraki HTTP server to listen for event data
  • Choose a port to listen on in Splunk , anything you want > 1024 would be sensible unless you are running Splunk as a privileged user
  • Choose your Meraki API version
  • Setup sourcetype/index etc….
  • Then on the Meraki side of things you will configure to send events to the HTTP(s) POST URL , and specify the port in the URL also : http://yoursplunkhost:yourport/events

Activation Key

You require an activation key to use this App. Visit http://www.baboonbones.com/#activation to obtain a non-expiring key

Logging

Any log entries/errors will get written to $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/splunkd.log

Any errors are also searchable : index=_internal error ExecProcessor meraki.py

Troubleshooting

  • You are using Splunk 5+
  • Look for any errors in $SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/splunkd.log

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