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zameer991 Absent Member.
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Looking for Smartconnector configuration guides - Please help

Hello All,

I am looking for the Smartconnector configuration guides for the following technologies.

Aruba Wifi

Dell TPAM

Accellion Document Gateway Logs

HP Fortify

VARONIS

BES

James Boldon

Thankyou

Zameer

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rhope Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Looking for Smartconnector configuration guides - Please help

This is the general location for connector documentation, however, not all the products you have listed are supported

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Re: Looking for Smartconnector configuration guides - Please help

These may also help:

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Contributor.. klfujiwara Contributor..
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Re: Looking for Smartconnector configuration guides - Please help

For unsupported solutions you may have to write a flex connector.

You'll need the flex connector development software that's bundled in the latest version of HPE software. It may have a cost associated with it.

As a quick alternative, here's a link to a somewhat dated post on youtube that may give you some background on what you'll need to do.

The video was posted named 'Creating a regex flex connector for HP ArcSight'

Key point, REGEX connectors work but they are not as efficient and consume memory at higher rates so be judicious in your use of them.

Creating a regex flex connector for HP ArcSight - YouTube

There's another link that may help shown below:

Creating Flex Connectors to use within the Syslog Smart Connector Framework for HP Arcsight

Creating Flex Connectors to use within the Syslog Smart Connector Framework for HP ArcSight - YouTube

Keep in mind that these aren't officially supported so use care and by all means TEST before you roll something into a production environment. It may have unintended consequences.

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