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fartyalvikram Contributor.
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Collecting data from Firewall

We have Cyberoam Firewall in our environment.
I want to collect data (events or syslog) from that Firewall.
Is it possible to collect syslog from that firewall.

I am using Sentinel v8.1.0.1.
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Re: Collecting data from Firewall

All of the shipping collectors, which have a 1:1 ratio with applications,
are listed on the plugin download page:

https://www.netiq.com/support/sentinel/plugins/

I do not see Cyberoam, but that does not mean a collector cannot be
created. I've been working on creating collectors for Amazon Web Services
(AWS) services, for example, which means reading the data put in files by
AWS and then applying the pieces into Sentinel's events. This is done
with the SDK using ECMAscript. There is a plugin/SDK forum specifically
for that kind of customization, or else you can hire either Micro Focus or
a consultant to do that for you.

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Good luck.

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