The module expects geoinformation in the form of a ISO3166-2 country code or state code
in the specified field in order to plot the results on the map. It's possible to define
an optional countField which allows to process already aggregated results.
<module name="HiddenSearch" layoutpanel="panel_row1_col1" autorun="true"> <param name="search">sourcetype=access_combined clientip=* | geoip clientip</param> <param name="earliest">-24h@h</param> <module name="VectorMap"> <param name="mapType">world</param> <param name="field">clientip_country_code</param> <param name="backgroundColor">#333333</param> </module> </module>
For a list of all possible module parameters see the module reference at your Splunk
installation once the Add-On is installed.
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The map rendering is done by using a slightly modified version of the excellent jVectorMap
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Fixed a bug where only the first 100 results have been returned from the search job.
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