I am planning to configure a Log4j2 Socket Appender with a TCP-SSL Appender.
Here is the configuration I see in Log4j2 website.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Configuration status="warn" name="MyApp" packages="">
<Socket name="socket" host="localhost" port="9500">
<KeyStore location="log4j2-keystore.jks" password="guessme!"/>
<TrustStore location="truststore.jks" password="guessme!"/>
In this config, what do the Keystore and TrustStore files contain? I don't have these files.
I want to send my logs to Splunk TCP port.
Do I need to create truststore.jks with SSL certs from my Splunk server so that my server trusts Splunk?
What is log4j2-keystore.jks, and where can I download it? Do I need a KeyStore file? What should go in it? Does Splunk need a corresponding public key or trusted certs?
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