Monitoring Attacks in real time

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Monitoring Attacks in real time

Hi,

I'm wondering if there is another way instead monitor tab to monitor attacks in real time.

Does anyone else thinking about it?

Leonardo Dias

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L7 Applicator

Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

Hello Idias,

a) You can monitor the real time situation through a monitoring tools. Which would show the packet rate, session rate, drop counter of an interface.

b) You can run a script which will pull up information through CLI command on a specific interval: (you can run these commands manually also)

> show counter global filter delta yes | match dos

> show counter global filter delta yes | match drop

Thanks

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Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

I haven't found any feature that allows you to watch traffic in real time yet. I would suggest trying to implement Splunk into your environment!

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Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

HULK,


Is that in "real time" though?

L6 Presenter

Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

I agree.

without monitoring tools visibility is limited for attack details(real time)

L4 Transporter

Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

Use of the session browser is useful if you can identify an attribute of the attack and apply it to the filter.  It all depends on what type of attack we are talking about.

Phil

L4 Transporter

Re: Monitoring Attacks in real time

We are using Splunk for that Purpose. There is the excellent PAN Splunk App available. Here are some sample Screenhots to give you an idea.

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