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## TA-pihole
## v 1.0.0
## 8/13/2018
## Dan Potter
## @dpotter on slack
This app was built for analyzing data from piHole and other dnsmasq based logs for DHCP/dns data. It is CIM compliant with the Network Resolution (DNS) data model. There was a focus on being able to filter the events to gain better insight to your network.

No support is assumed or provided beyond this README. Please be sure to set the correct onboard sourcetype (pihole), or associate the appropriate log with the correct sourcetype from /default/props.conf

**For the best visibility, please ensure you use
**In your dnsmasq.conf file or advanced configuration options. This ensures we have complete query/response data

Release Notes

Version 1.0.0
Aug. 13, 2018

Initial Release for TA-pihole. I developed this app because it was easy to expand my existing TA-tomato app to support the data in pihole. I think pihole has a good reporting interface, but thought some people may be interested in integrating that further for more advanced analytics within Splunk.

For the best visibility, please ensure you use
In your dnsmasq.conf file or advanced configuration options. This ensures we have complete query/response data

The initial dashboards are meant to replicate the functionality in pihole itself. Fields have been mapped to CIM where applicable.

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