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Logging Aggregation for Checkpoint Firewalls Logs

daniel_augustyn
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I am going slightly over my license limit from time to time because of the Checkpoint firewall logs. Is there a way to aggregate some of the firewalls logs before start indexing them into the Splunk indexers? Or the only option would be to add another 20GB of license to Splunk.

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David
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

I'm not aware of any option to do this. You could potentially try to hack your own via transforms or unarchive_cmd (search on answers for examples of either), but the Check point stuff can't really be aggregated easily.

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David
Splunk Employee
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I'm not aware of any option to do this. You could potentially try to hack your own via transforms or unarchive_cmd (search on answers for examples of either), but the Check point stuff can't really be aggregated easily.

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