This is a Splunk Modular Alert for sending SMS messages using SMSEagle hardware SMS gateway.
• Splunk 6.3+
• Supported on Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, FreeBSD, HP-UX, AIX
• Download the tar. Go to Manage Apps > Choose File to Upload and Done.
• Restart Splunk
Create user account on your SMSEagle device.
Enter SMSEagle configuration details in Splunk: browse to Apps -> SMSEagle -> Configuration. Enter SMSEagle User, Password and URL. SMSEagle URL should be in form: IP.ADDRESS.OF.SMSEAGLE (for example: 192.168.0.150)
Perform a search in Splunk and then navigate to : Save As -> Alert -> Trigger Actions -> Add Actions -> SMSEagle SMS Alerts
On this dialogue you can enter your "Message",
"Phone Number" in Format (country code + number), for example: +1XXXXXXXXXXXXX (Without any _ or any other symbol).
and can select whether this message is of high priority, is a flash message and want to encode using Unicode.
"Phone Number" can also be a comma delimited list of numbers
You can also enter date in YYYYmmDDHHMM to schedule it to a particular GMT date time.
Refer SMSEagle REST APIs documentation for indepth details.
Splunk_SA_CIM is required by this app.
Browse to See triggered Alerts: Settings -> Alert Actions -> SMSEagle SMS Alerts -> View Log Events
Or you can search logs of alerts directly in Splunk : index=_internal sourcetype="ta:smseagle:sms:alerting:log" action_name=sms_eagle
1) Is your "Phone Number" correct and valid?
2) Are your alerts actually firing ?
3) Are your Username and Password correct?
Masking of password in splunk error log.
Splunk 8 and Python 3 Compatible.
Logging is now encoded.
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