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Reading firewall palo A20 logs

L1 Bithead

Hello Paloalto community,

 

I ask for help please, I collect the logs of a Firewall palo lato A20  with graylog, I find a difficulty in reading Firewall logs. Can anyone help me to explain this logs, I want a clear interpretation of this logs.

On the web interface of Graylog I see this logs from FW Palo alto:

 1/ All the logs of the FW palo  are "level6", what does mean "level 6" ?

2/ Facility ( local 0, local 6, user-level) ???

3/ log_subtype, url_category ( any) ? , " session_flags =" 0x1b", " 0x10001c " ", ?

4/ repeat_cout=1 , time generated ???

 Please I want a clear interpretation F LOGS.PNG

Thanks ,

AYOUB LABIDI 

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L7 Applicator
You will want to compare the logs you receive to the actual logs on the firewalls, they'll make much more sense to you then

Afaik lvl6 is informational, facility is configured in the log forwarding profile, subtype is the subtype (url threat traffic wildfire,...) repeat count is the nu ber of tines an identical log was counted in a short timeframe
Tom Piens
Like my answer? check out my book! https://bit.ly/MasteringPAN

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L7 Applicator
You will want to compare the logs you receive to the actual logs on the firewalls, they'll make much more sense to you then

Afaik lvl6 is informational, facility is configured in the log forwarding profile, subtype is the subtype (url threat traffic wildfire,...) repeat count is the nu ber of tines an identical log was counted in a short timeframe
Tom Piens
Like my answer? check out my book! https://bit.ly/MasteringPAN

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