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Splunk Add-on for Cisco WSA

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Upgrade the Splunk Add-on for Cisco WSA

Upgrade from 3.2.4 to 3.3.0

Added extraction of "cs-bytes" field in w3c and squid logs

Starting from version 3.3.0, the Splunk Add-on for Cisco WSA expects the optional field bytes_out to be the last field in the access logs. If you are extracting this field, modify your access logs in Cisco WSA as shown in the Customize field extractions for access logs.

Modified column names in lookup files

In version 3.3.0, the column names of below lookup files are modified to resolve conflicts in field extractions with other apps or add-ons.

Name of the modified lookup file Changed field(s)
cisco_wsa_proxy_action_lookup.csv Renamed "action" to "ta_cisco_wsa_proxy_action"

Added a field alias to extract "action"

cisco_wsa_traffic_action_lookup.csv Renamed "action" to "ta_cisco_wsa_traffic_action" and added a FIELDALIAS to extract "action"

Renamed "vendor_action" to "ta_cisco_wsa_traffic_vendor_action" and added a FIELDALIAS to extract "vendor_action"

The action and vendor_action columns in the lookup will be deprecated in future releases. If you are using the lookup directly in your apps or field extractions, change the input or output field names.

Remove sample files

After upgrading the Splunk Add-on for Cisco WSA, manually remove the following sample files from $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/Splunk_TA_cisco-wsa/samples.

  • samplelog.ciscowsa.8.x.access
  • samplelog.ciscowsa.access
  • samplelog.ciscowsa.l4tm
  • syslog.ciscowsa.access
  • userName.sample
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