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How to compare and calculate comparison flag for two fields

mbasharat
Builder

Hi, 

I have below scenario. My brain is very slow at this time of the day!

I need an eval to create Status field as in the table below that will flag a host if it is running on IPv4 OR IPv6 OR both IPv4 +IPv6

HOSTNAMEIPv4IPv6Status
SampleA0.0.0.1 IPv4
SampleB 0.0.0.2IPv6
SampleC0.0.0.3A:B:C:D:E:FIPv4 + IPv6


Thanks in-advance!!!

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

There may be a few ways to do that.  Here's one.

| eval Status = case(isnotnull(IPv4) AND isnotnull(IPv6), "IPv4 + IPv6",
                     isnotnull(IPv4), "IPv4",
                     isnotnull(IPv6), "IPv6",
                     1==1, "")
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If this reply helps you, Karma would be appreciated.

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mbasharat
Builder

Thanks @richgalloway!!

richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

There may be a few ways to do that.  Here's one.

| eval Status = case(isnotnull(IPv4) AND isnotnull(IPv6), "IPv4 + IPv6",
                     isnotnull(IPv4), "IPv4",
                     isnotnull(IPv6), "IPv6",
                     1==1, "")
---
If this reply helps you, Karma would be appreciated.
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