Check out the Extreme Networks EXOS Splunk App

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If you use Splunk and your network runs ExtremeXOS, check out this new Splunk App:

It's built to be run in stand-alone mode, so experiment with it a bit.  Splunk does the heavy lifting and from that index, we built some great visualizations to help baseline and analyze your network.  You can do things like trend your infrastructures use of memory, severity of log messages, device locations, etc.   

Its a great tool, that I think you'll enjoy.  

If you have any feedback, please send to me directly or  Thanks!

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Ryan Mathews, Alum

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Scott Groff, Manager, Services Lab Operations

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Does anyone have feedback to share from using our EXOS Splunk App?

We're looking for ideas to make plans for a new release. Please reply to this thread or email  Thanks!
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I don't seem to get any data in splunk even though the switch says it is successful. Are there particular settings within splunk that it enables it to parse the file correctly?
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Drew C., Community Manager

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Yes, there are.
I don't have it on-hand right now, but the required Splunk configuration is explained in the README file bundled in the app.
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Found it -thanks a lot - it works now.