Palo Alto OID alerts using AIOPs or Splunk

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Palo Alto OID alerts using AIOPs or Splunk

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Hi All, 

         We recently had an issue where we saw the URL-Categories were unresolved and allowed user to access the blocked site. After investigation we identified that its a know issue with Palo version lower than 10.1.9, where the firewall will lose intermittently lose connectivity to PAN DB cloud. I am exploring various tools to setup alerting when this happens, one of the option i have currently started to explore is

1- AIOPs free version but I am unable to find much details if we can monitor an OID when PAN DB lose its connectivity. The particular OID that I found in Palo supported MIB list is "1.3.6.1.4.1.25461.2.1.3.2.0.2015". Does anyone know if this feature is currently available in AIOPs premium version?

 

panURLUrlCloudConnectionFailureTrap     "Failed to connect the cloud."
panURLUrlCloudConnectionSuccessTrap " Connects to the cloud successfully."

 

2- Is it possible to monitor OID using Splunk, Is there a specific setting that we need to enable to send logs from firewall to Splunk ?

 

Thank you in advance

 

 

 

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

Not sure about OID and Splunk. However there is a log that is generated if the cloud connection fails and perhaps a Splunk alarm could be created? They are in the 'System' logs.

 

( eventid eq url-cloud-connection-failure )

 

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Hope this helps!

 

Regards,

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