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The Lumeta integration with Splunk is now certified and available in the Splunk marketplace. The Lumeta application supports Splunk dashboards and visualizations by providing Lumeta-discovered network data via syslog and REST APIs. Splunk must be version 8.01 or later. 

  1. Download the Lumeta application file (attached to this page) and plug-in from Splunk ( to your local system:
    Version 1.0 of these files are also attached to this page
  2. Unzip them.
    Now you are ready to perform the installation in Splunk.

Installing the Lumeta Application in Splunk

To install the Lumeta plug-in to Spunk: 

  1. Log in to your Splunk server.
  2. Select the Manage Apps (gear) icon.
  3. In the upper right corner, click Install App from File.
  4. Browse to TA-lumeta.? and upload it.
  5. When prompted, click Restart Now.
  6. Repeat steps 3 - 6, this time with lumeta-app. You will not need to restart the system with lumeta-app upload.
    Lumeta Apps display.

Configuring the Lumeta Application in Splunk

  1. On the Apps menu, select Lumeta to manage its data inputs.
  2. Click Create New Input.
  3. Complete the form
    1. Name the input. It's a good idea to include the Command Center IP and Port number (9997) in the input name.
    2. The polling Interval is in seconds.  Modify the polling interval to a smaller number to be able to use smaller Real-Time intervals on the dashboards.
    3. The Index is lumeta
    4. Add the Lumeta Command Center URL: https://(CC IP or hostname)/api/rest/report/savedQuery

      The connection is made and the new input is added to the list:

  4. Select Action > Enable to power on the connection. 

View Select syslog Data

To search syslog data from Lumeta in Splunk:

  1. On the Splunk Apps page, select Lumeta App for Splunk.
  2. Select the Search tab (if you are not there already).
  3. Enter your search criteria. Examples follow:
    1. source=”tcp:9997”
    2. index=lumeta
    3. sourcetype=”lumeta_log_parser”
    4. now combine all 3 into one search
    5. index=lumeta sourcetype=”lumeta_log_parser” source=”tcp:9997”

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