This quick start guide will help Accenture Security customers configure Aruba® Wireless Controller and Access Point to send logs to the Log collection Platform (LCP).
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Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point
To configure the Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point module to send event logs, follow the steps mentioned below.
Login to the Aruba controller Web interface as an administrator.
Click on the Configuration tab.
From the Configuration section, choose System.
Select Logging from the menu bar.
To add a logging server, click on the '+' symbol on the Syslog Servers section.
Fig 1-1: Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point syslog server configuration
Enter the LCP IP Address in the IP address field.
Keep the Category field blank.
Set the logging facility as local 6.
Select the Logging Level as Informational.
Choose the bsd-standard format for the Format field.
Click on Submit.
Click Pending changes and Deploy changes.
Select Informational as the logging level for all the categories.
Fig 1-2: Logging level configuration
Note: The Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point does not support custom UDP port other than the default port (514) and TCP protocol for syslog.
The default protocol for syslog.
Note: Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point does not support TCP.
|IP Address||Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point IP address||
Logging device IP address mentioned in the Pre-Installation Questionnaire (PIQ).
Note: If the device sends logs using multiple interfaces, contact the Accenture Security MSS onboarding team.
The default port for UDP.
Note: Aruba Wireless Controller and Access Point does not support custom port number.
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