we have some Aerohive WiFi access points and they are managed with the HiveManager.
Now when a user logs on to a WLAN SSID with his hive user and then surfs, you only see the internal IP of the access point in the Paloalto Log. If several users do this, you can't tell it apart because no user information arrives at the PA.
How can I transfer the connection logs from the Aerohive to the PA? Is there a manual for this?
I am using PAN OS 8.1 and HiveManager 8.2.
The date on this appears to either be off or this somehow jumped to the top of the forums. The way you currently have the Aerohive APs is going to be an issue if you want all the logs centralized in one spot, as the firewall won't take these logs and put it in its own log files.
You'd either have to switch this so that the traffic isn't NATd at the AP; or you could move the the logs from both the HiveManager and the Palo Alto to a single source and use that.
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