Is there a way to group by source or destination address from the cli. for example:
scp export log traffic query "(port eq 514) and ( proto eq tcp ) and ( app eq insufficient-data ) or (app eq unknown-tcp)" start-time equal 2013/03/18@01:00:00 end-time equal 2013/03/26@01:00:00 to email@example.com:/home/orlando/unknown-tcp.csv
This returns tons of values, how can i do the same but have it group by Source Address or Destination Address?
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CLI or even WebUI do not have a feature to GroupBY a field (eg: IP address) , unless you tune your query to filter results based on that feild.
You can always use MS Excel to group the results.
The Gui does have a "Group By" field when you create Custom Reports. I was looking to find a way to do something similar via command line and scp over to remote host.
There is no literal group by functionality but you should be able to achieve similar results by expanding your query to include source and destination addresses.
scp export log traffic query equal "(src eq 192.168.142.212 or src eq 172.17.128.140) and (port eq 443)"
show log traffic direction equal backward query equal "(src eq 192.168.142.212 or src eq 172.17.128.140) and (port eq 443)"
The above query will return all traffic logs with either of the source addresses above and port 443 traffic.
Another example covers both source and destination addresses:
show log traffic direction equal backward query equal "( addr.src in 192.168.142.212 ) and ( addr.dst in 220.127.116.11 or addr.dst in 172.17.132.243 ) and ( port.dst eq 53 )"
Not surprised it can't do this, but figure i ask anyways. Thank you for your time, i'll see if i put in a feature request. The GUI takes so darn long, if we could do scp to .csv file while reducing the file size by "Grouping" scripts could be written to manipulate the data.
Another workaround might be to enable syslog for TRAFFIC logs (and/or THREATS aswell, and while you are at it CONFIG and SYSTEM too :smileysilly:) - this way you will have the logs in csv format at your syslog server (PA default mode for syslogging is in csv format).
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