- Exabeam Data Lake Agent Log Collectors
- Prerequisites for Installing Log Collector Agent
- Install Exabeam Data Lake Log Collectors
- Configure Exabeam Data Lake Log Collectors
- Upgrade Exabeam Data Lake Log Collectors
- Uninstall Exabeam Data Lake Log Collectors
- Exabeam Data Lake Database Log Collector
- Exabeam Data Lake Database Log Collector Use Cases
- Prerequisites for Configuring an Exabeam Data Lake Database Log Collector
- Configure an Exabeam Data Lake Database Log Collector
- Enable an Exabeam Data Lake Database Log Collector
- Cisco eStreamer Log Collector in Exabeam Data Lake
- Prerequisites for Setting Up Cisco eStreamer Collector
- Configure eStreamer Client for Data Lake
- Run eStreamer Client for Exabeam Data Lake Log Collecting
- Verify eStreamer Client Status for Exabeam Data Lake Log Collecting
- Uninstall Exabeam Data Lake eStreamer Log Collector
- Debug an Exabeam Data Lake Log Collector Agent
Cisco eStreamer Log Collector in Exabeam Data Lake
Data Lake provides the ability for organizations to collect data from their Cisco FireSight systems. Unlike FileBeats and WIndowsBeats collectors, the eStreamer collector is a service that runs on the Data Lake host and connects to the remote servers communicating over the Cisco eStreamer protocol.
In a multi-node cluster, note that the eStreamer collector runs on the Data Lake master node exclusively.
Prerequisites for Setting Up Cisco eStreamer Collector
Port 8302 is opened for inbound and outbound traffic on the customer's firewall. This is the default port on which the eStreamer server runs.
client.pkcs12file (this file is generated in the section Configure eStreamer Client)
Public IP address of the Data Lake master node
Network route between Data Lake master node and eStreamer client (such that endpoints respond to pings and allow bi-directional traffic).
Configure eStreamer Client for Data Lake
This first section generates the public-private key pair needed to run eNcore. This key pair is delivered in a pkcs12 file.
Log into eStreamer Server.
Navigate to the eStreamer integration page under System > Integration > eStreamer
Select Create Client at the top right.
You will be asked for a Hostname (required) and password (optional).
If the box that the eStreamer client will be run on is on AWS, then the public IP of the Master node should be input for the Hostname. To obtain a public IP, run the command curl -s ipinfo.io/ip on the master node.
If you choose to enter a password, then you will be required to enter the same password later in the setup process while configuring the eNcore for parsing the certificate on the client side. Please note that this password is not the login credential password.
Download the client certificate by clicking the download icon to the right of the Hostname.
On the left side of this same page select all of the event types that will be collected by the eStreamer clients and click Save.
Run eStreamer Client for Exabeam Data Lake Log Collecting
Start eStreamer Collector
Copy the certificate file that was downloaded in the section Configure eStreamer Client. In the below example, replace path with the path to where the certificate was saved.
scp /path/client.pkcs12 user@host:/opt/exabeam/data/lms/estreamer/client.pkcs12
Configure the collector and enable the
estreamer.conf file. You will be asked to enter the eStreamer service host (the public IP Address of the host box) as well as the password (the same password you created in Step 4: of Configure eStreamer Client).
cd /opt/exabeam/bin/lms/ ./opt/exabeam/bin/shell-environment.bash ./lms-estreamer-install
Start the eStreamer collector
cd /opt/exabeam/bin/lms ./lms-estreamer-start
By default eStreamer will begin collecting logs from 30 days before installation. See Configure Start Time for more information on this parameter.
Stop eStreamer Collector
This stops eStreamer but does not uninstall the client.
Verify eStreamer Client Status for Exabeam Data Lake Log Collecting
Verify Health of eStreamer Collector
There is a health check for eStreamer Collector through the Health Status page in the UI. However, if the collector is NOT enabled, the Health Status page will show the client as 'Healthy'.
You can also check
estreamer.log and the logs will give more detailed information about the status of the client. For example, if there are fetching errors, etc.
Verify Status of eStreamer Collector
To check the status of the service from the CLI:
Uninstall Exabeam Data Lake eStreamer Log Collector
This script stops the service, disables, and removes it. You will lose all of the current states. However, this does NOT remove the certificate; if mistakes are made during install you can run this script multiple times and restart.
Additionally, remove the hostname and password from the eStreamer Server console.
Log into eStreamer Server.
Navigate to the eStreamer integration page under System > Integration > eStreamer.
Select the applicable eStreamer client.
Remove the Hostname and password record.