1. Install using Splunkbase
2. Restart Splunk
1. Apps > Manage Apps
2. Find "IP Quality Score" and click the "Set up" link
3. Enter an IP Quality Score API key in the box (and again in the confirm box)
4. Click "Save"
5. If you need to change the API key, just repeat the above steps
1. Create a search that results in a field containing an IP address you want to look up using IP Quality Score
2. Pipe your search into the ipqs command, using the ipfield parameter to provide the name of your field containing the IP address, for example, if the field containing the IP is called "ip", then do:
| ipqs ipfield=ip
* To avoid overusing your allocated API lookups on IP Quality Score, narrow your search down prior to piping it to the ipqs command. If you are just testing, use the Splunk head command immediately before the ipqs command to specify a number of results, e.g.
| head 1 | ipqs ipfield=ip
Fixed bug that prevented the custom command from being used in other app contexts. It should be usable in other apps such as "Search & Reporting".
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