ddgaikwad Absent Member.
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Tripwire and Sentinel configuration


Hi All,

We are looking to integrate our existing Sentinel with Tripwire logs and
reporting.
The the version of Tripwire which we have is a Opensource ones,
downloaded and installed from this location:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/tripwire/

I was going through the documentation over for Sentinel Collector
Manager with Tripwire, but seems that documentation talks about the
Tripwire IP360 and all its related products.

The thing is there any reference documentation that talks about using
this opensource client based stand alone to be used with Sentinel for
data collection?
Or is this something which might not be possible?

Any pointers...?


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Re: Tripwire and Sentinel configuration


ddgaikwad;260540 Wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> We are looking to integrate our existing Sentinel with Tripwire logs and
> reporting.
> The the version of Tripwire which we have is a Opensource ones,
> downloaded and installed from this location:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/tripwire/
>
> I was going through the documentation over for Sentinel Collector
> Manager with Tripwire, but seems that documentation talks about the
> Tripwire IP360 and all its related products.
>
> The thing is there any reference documentation that talks about using
> this opensource client based stand alone to be used with Sentinel for
> data collection?
> Or is this something which might not be possible?
>
> Any pointers...?



How close is that data to Tripwire Enterprise? I was just starting to
poke at the Open Source version a bit, but hadn't made it deep enough to
understand if it's a freeware version of TE, or if it's something else
entirely. If it's close to TE, then the collector here:
https://www.netiq.com/support/sentinel/plugins/community.html should
hopefully work for you. Note that this collector is still in
incubation/community mode, but we're planning to release it either later
this year or early this year. So if it's like TE and we can validate
the events parse properly, I'll add the Open Source version to the
support Matrix.

Footnote, I'm also the author to this plugin currently, so bug requests
on that collector more or less go to me.


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