Hardware and software requirements for Splunk Connect for Zoom
The webhook technology in this product uses port 4443. Work with your network administrator to open this port.
Splunk Connect for Zoom uses the default Splunk Web self-signed certificate and private key. For security reasons and best practices, use a Trusted certification authority (CA) Signed SSL Certificate. The default certificates are located in the following directories:
If you want to use your own SSL certificates, the best practice is to store your certificate and private key in the following directory:
See About securing Splunk Enterprise with SSL to learn more about securing your Splunk configurations.
See How to get certificates signed by a third-party in the Securing Splunk Enterprise manual to learn more about how to generate the needed certificates for your trusted CA:
Zoom admin requirements
- A running Zoom environment
- Zoom administrator or developer account
- Zoom permissions to create and activate a Zoom App
- Network and OS firewall whitelist permissions
Work with your network administrator and Zoom support to whitelist the necessary Zoom network CIDR blocks, in order to ensure your Splunk platform deployment allows incoming traffic from the Zoom Webhook Event Services. For more information, see the Network Firewall or Proxy Server Settings topics in the Zoom help center.
Splunk admin requirements
To install and configure Splunk Connect for Zoom on your Splunk Enterprise deployment, you must:
- Be a member of the
- Have the ability to install apps, configure apps, and create indexes.
- Have Splunk CLI (Command Line) access.
Splunk platform requirements
Because this connector runs on the Splunk platform, all of the system requirements apply for the Splunk software that you use to run this connector:
- For Splunk Enterprise system requirements, see System Requirements in the Splunk Enterprise Installation Manual.
- For version compatibility, see the release notes topic in this manual.
- For information about installation locations and environments, see the Installation overview topic in this manual.
- If you are managing on-premises forwarders to get data into Splunk Cloud, see System Requirements in the Splunk Enterprise Installation Manual, which includes information about forwarders.
Source types for Splunk Connect for Zoom
Installation and configuration overview for Splunk Connect for Zoom
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Connect for Zoom: 1.0.1