This free app is meant for:
This App from ntop.org allows you to ingest Flow data in Splunk® Free.
Get started in 3 easy steps:
nprobe -T "%IPV4_SRC_ADDR %L4_SRC_PORT %IPV4_DST_ADDR %L4_DST_PORT %PROTOCOL %IN_BYTES %OUT_BYTES %FIRST_SWITCHED %LAST_SWITCHED %HTTP_SITE %HTTP_RET_CODE %IN_PKTS %OUT_PKTS %IP_PROTOCOL_VERSION %APPLICATION_ID %L7_PROTO_NAME %ICMP_TYPE" --tcp "127.0.0.1:3333" -b 2 -i eth0 --json-labels
Here is how it works:
Flow is sent from your nProbe instance over the TCP protocol to port 3333. The nProbe bundled with the app receives the data and converts it into JSON messages. The data is sent to the local Splunk TCP data input 3333 which was created for you during the app installation.
Please read the Quick Start Guide (SPLUNK_HOME/ect/apps/nprobe/appserver/static).
Completed http template support.
Installation process improved
- Update app icon
- Minor fixes
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