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Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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Hello,

we are trying to integrate logs from Check Point Management server into Logstash. We are using opensource tool fw1-loggrabber with support of new OPSEC API (SHA-256) supported. Exporting works, however I couldn't find a proper documentation of the fields that can be found in logs. There is not really a true structure of logs, many line have different fields and those fields are not documentated.

Is there a document that show every field that can be exported? I just found an old LEA document, but it is missing a lot of fields. (http://dl3.checkpoint.com/paid/0f/LEA_Fields_2011.pdf?HashKey=1503666450_ebd2eeca265aaca0f531f781169... ).

Writing rules for matching in Logstash is very difficult, without the knowledge what we can expect. We were following Check Point Firewall Logs and Logstash (ELK) Integration - /dev/random  

Thank you for any insight how we can do this better.

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Admin
Admin

Re: Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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I've added a couple of updated documents on LEA:

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Admin
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Re: Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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I've added a couple of updated documents on LEA:

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Employee
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Re: Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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perfect! I face same issue. will try this, Thanks a lot! sir.

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Re: Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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Nowadays it might be more useful to use CP log exporter instead

Regards, Maarten
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Employee
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Re: Exporting R80.10 logs to Logstash ( ElasticSearch integration)

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thank you! sir. will check our Log Exporter work with ELK stack.

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