I'm trying to configure M. Learning in Expedition so that we can analyze the traffic passing through specific any any rules.
We use Panorama to manage the security policy on each of the individual firewalls. Is this an issue when trying to use Machine Learning? Here is the issue I'm running into.
I've setup Scheduled Log Exports on each of the individual firewalls to export their logs to Expedition.
In Expedition if I add the individual firewall in the Devices tab I can see the csv file and process it in its M.Learning tab. But if I create a project with that firewall I cannot see any of the policy to do a traffic analysis or much of anything else. My assumption is because all that information is being managed at the Panorama level.
However. If I add the panorama in the Devices tab and retrieve the specific firewall device and retrieve its configuration, I cannot then process the exported log in the M. Learning tab. I see the files but everything is grayed out and it has a header that says "Process CSV logs can only be executed from FW devices." But when I add the Panorama to a project I can see the entire security policy and everything else.
Does ML only work in environments where the firewalls aren't centrally managed by Panorama?
ML works for your environment, you will process logs by going to firewall , when you want to analyze the rules , you will retrieve config from panorama since all your security policy is in panorama, so you will add panorama in your project , import config, next you will need to add panorama as log connector by going to plugin. After all that , you can then go to security policy and select The device group where the rules located then right click Machine Learning , add the selected rule to Machine learning , then click on the machine learning green tab in the bottom to start machine learning.
By green button I'm assuming you mean "Discovery". Then I click Machine Learning. What am I supposed to do after that? Nothing is listed and if I click Analyze Data it appears to get stuck on Initializing and crashes Expedition. Also is "No connector selected" in the picture below normal?
It seems like it did not see any log connector ,when you add log connector under plug in. , you will need to select the corresponding device group.
Ah I didn't realize you had to pick a active log connector as I had several. I picked the right one and it ran but has No Data even though I know there is traffic data available via Panorama.
Look like from your screenshot you select timeframe was June 2019 , you will make sure the time field of the traffic log you export from firewall to expedition matching the time you specify in the log connector .
It's the same as my log connector. I was just making sure I went back far so that I could get as many logs as possible. You said, "traffic log you export from firewall", however. Did I miss that step? I didn't do any exports, I was under the impression the log connector was all I needed when using panorama. I scheduled the log export to the individual firewalls but that didn't work when using Panorama.
You could follow the steps in this doc https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/twzvq79624/attachments/twzvq79624/ExpeditionArticles/157/1/Expedit...
I followed that document and it puts me in my original situation.
If I use the individual firewall I have the ability to process the scheduled log exports that are sent to Expedition. But when you start a project and go into the policy the policy is empty.
If I use panorama I lose the ability to process the scheduled log exports as it is all grayed out for the individual firewall. But when I start a project I do have the policy but no mater what log connector I use no rules show up when I click Discovery.
I've followed the following guides with no luck.
Expedition Migration and Security Assessment Quick Start 1.1.0
Expedition New Feature: Scheduled Log Processing 1.1.21
Please verify below :
1. Make sure firewall logs you want to process is located at the path you specified in the M Learning setting, example, here we use /PALogs
2. Once you see the files show up in the folder, you will click on Process to process the firewall logs first.
3. After all the logs are processed then you will create a new project, and add panorama in the settings of the project like below:
4. Go into project, go to plugin , add panorama as log connector , make sure you select the corresponding device group and the firewalls that you processed the logs in step 1, select the timeframe for you traffic logs
5. Then goin to policy , continue the ML steps as mentioned in the ML doc.
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