Dell EMC Unity
This pack includes Cortex XSIAM content.
Configuration on Server Side
Dell EMC Unisphere Remote Logging Configuration
Follow these steps on Dell EMC Unisphere to configure syslog messages forwarding from Dell EMC Unity to Cortex XSIAM.
- Log into the Dell EMC Unisphere management console.
- Go to Settings and navigate to Management → Remote Logging.
- Check the Enable logging to a remote host checkbox.
- Fill in the following settings:
Enter the IP address and port number of the target Cortex XSIAM Broker VM syslog server, separated by a colon: <Broker_VM_IP\>:<Broker_VM_Port\>, for e.g., 192.168.1.123:514.
Select the type of log messages to forward to Cortex XSIAM. Dell EMC recommends using the User-Level Messages facility. See Syslog Facility Values for additional details.
Select the minimum severity level of the events to send to Cortex XSIAM.
Select the requested forwarding transport protocol (UDP or TCP).
- Click OK.
- If instead of working with the Unisphere UI, you prefer to configure the remote logging via the the Unisphere CLI (UEMCLI),
see the Create remote logging configuration section in the Dell Unisphere CLI user guide.
Collect Events from Vendor
In order to use the collector, use the Broker VM option.
To create or configure the Broker VM, use the information described here.
You can configure the specific vendor and product for this instance.
- Navigate to Settings → Configuration → Data Broker → Broker VMs.
- Go to the apps tab and add the Syslog app for the relevant broker instance. If the Syslog app already exists, hover over it and click Configure.
- Click Add New.
- When configuring the Syslog Collector, set the following parameters:
| Parameter | Value
| :--- | :---
Protocol| Select UDP or TCP, in correspondence to the protocol defined on the Dell EMC Unisphere interface.
Port| Enter the syslog service port number that this Cortex XSIAM Broker VM should listen on for receiving forwarded events from Dell EMC Unity.
Format| Select Auto-Detect.
Vendor| Enter Dell_EMC.
Product| Enter Unity.