We moved to a setup with Extreme Networks and Palo Alto a few months back.
On the wireless side, our users connect using Extreme's (originally Aerohive's) PPSK, which has user-ID info. We'd like that user-id to show up in PanOS.
I was sent this document but it appears to be out of date (it's from 2013), the script definitely is out of date: https://manualzz.com/doc/23623919/aerohive-and-palo-alto-networks
Is anyone else doing this? Is there any new guidance from PaloAlto on how to accomplish this integration?
Did you figure this out?
I am sending syslogs from each Aerohive AP to a PA User-ID Agent on a server. They are then sent to my PA FW.
I had to reformat the syslog filter to :
event string : ah_auth
Username Prefix : username
Username Delimiter: \s
address prefix: ip
Address Delimiter: \s
Address per log: 1
I came to this post because I am researching how to consolidate the logs a bit. I have more AH APs than the User-ID agent allows. I will look into Kiwi or a second User-ID agent.
I had to set this aside due to other priorities, but am back on it.
To date I haven't figured this out and am surprised that Extreme and Palo Alto don't have documentation or a best practices guide on this. I know I'm not the only Extreme/Palo Alto customer.
Right now I have the data coming in from Extreme to Kiwi Syslog and I can see it all.
The challenge I'm still trying to sort out is how to get it over to the Palo Alto device.
@Sau29Admin are you saying that you are sending it from a syslog server to the Palo Alto User-ID agent?
I'm using the User-ID agent to get User-ID's off wired clients.
Just in case you come across this thread extreme has come with a solution to populate userid thru api. Have a look here. It might work for you.
https://www.extremenetworks.com/partners/integration-partners/ Scroll down to Palo Alto
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