sangeethsuseela Absent Member.
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Syslog Connector for Arbor Pravail

We have Arbor Pravail in our infra and we have integrated it with a Syslog SmartConnector which is installed in a Windows Server (2012 R2 Standard). The issue is with parsing and the Device product is listed as Peakflow X (Screenshot attached) (Alread saw a post regarding the same issue  On checking we could see that SmartConnector is not available for Arbro Pravail and it is only available for Arbor Peakflow. We need to know how to fix this or we need a configuration file (Properties File) for the same to fix this issue. If we are placing a parser overrider to fix this issue. What are the steps that we have perform? What are the changes that we need to take care of (Expecting Steps). Also we need to check the present configuration file. We want to know the exact file path to find out the configuration file.

Note: We have integrated these devices (F5 ASM & Big IP, CISCO Cisco Secure ACS ASA PIX FWSM Router& NX-OS , Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS, Juniper Netscreen VPN, Unix,Netwitness Informer, Trend Micro Deep Security Manger, Lanecope StealthWatch) to the above mentioned Syslog SmartConnector

Any suggestions and helps are highly appreciated. If any one having the configuration file for the same. Please provide

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Markl Trusted Contributor.
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Re: Syslog Connector for Arbor Pravail

Hi Sangeeth,

I try to make the parser, but I didn´t get it. If you get it and if you could share it, I would appreciate.

Kind Regards,


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