We are currently using Expedition 1.2.49 with a PanOS 11 Firewall and we are sending the logs to the Expedition Server via Syslog.
After some initial hiccups with setting up the Firewall for Syslog recieving, which we solved ourselves by enabling syslog via iptables (this should be added to the LogAnalysisGuide):
sudo iptables -I INPUT 1 -p udp --dport 514 -j ACCEPT
sudo iptables -I INPUT 1 -p tcp --dport 514 -j ACCEPT
sudo sh -c "iptables-save > /etc/iptables/rules.v4"
In the current Expedition version we are running, it seems that the PanOS log format is only detected when there is a specific header in the CSV file on the first line. This is not the case for syslog files, therefore the detection logic with regex (that is implemented in discoverTrafficVersion in the /var/www/html/libs/file_functions.php File) is not working and is showing unsupported. The regex for PanOS 11 is completely missing in this file.
If you manually add the header for version 11.0.0 to the traffic log files found in /var/www/html/libs/file_functions.php, the detection is working fine:
Due to this version detection not working, the ML "fails", since it will never find logs that are in a supported format and it will not process any logs. Therefore /tmp/error_logCoCo will show no files that are processed, since unknown versions, are not added to the log output (It took us a while to get this info).Therefore it will always look like as if ML is not finding any logs, even though they are there and in the correct folder, permissions are correct and so on.
As a workaround we manually edited the PHP file, to mark the version as 11.0.0 instead of unknown.
Is there a timeline when PanOS 11 will be fully supported in Expedition?
Thanks and kind regards
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