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  1. Here are some datasources we added to get better information on Palo Alto firewalls: Certificate Status: KFWLJ9 High Availability Detail: EMXWRR (this one includes a bunch of HA info, including HA link status, compat status and so forth. Many auto properties for reference on the local and peer units. All datapoints currently use the default alert templates, but I am hoping to extend that and leverage the auto properties for those messages) Support Status: 3YJJCZ License Status: DXEAP4 All use the XML API, so will require security review (no idea how long that takes).
  2. Hello! I've created a property source (PS script) that will retrieve/populate automatically the 'paloalto.apikey.pass' property within Palo Alto firewalls (since a bunch of datasources require that key). This will be easier than retrieving the api key manually & then create the custom property for each firewall. this will make use of the ssh credentials & also requires a LM apikey in order to actually PATCH the device in question. Sharing this with everyone in case it is useful for you guys as well. I've tried to publish it in LM Exchange but I'm retrieving the error below: I'm new to LM so, excuse me if I'm being noob & missing an obvious thing 😄 Shared the PS script within GitHub -> https://github.com/vitor7santos/LogicMonitor.git Feel free to use it & let me know your comments/suggestions/etc... Regards,
  3. Just in case this helps other customers... SYMPTOMS: The Windows collector installed ok and the two Collector services were running but the collector could not finish the verification/registration step and showing the 'flame alert' on Settings > Collectors screen. After some troubleshooting, we looked in the wrapper.log file on the collector and saw this error message: [MSG] [CRITICAL] [main::controller:main] [AgentHttpService.checkCertificateOrWait2Valid:1029] The santaba server is not trusted, and "EnforceLogicMonitorSSL" is enabled. Wait 1 minute to retry. Please check the network settings, or disable "EnforceLogicMonitorSSL" in agent.conf and restart collector The customer set up a whitelist on their Palo Alto firewall for *.logicmonitor.com and it started working (or list of ~15 IP address ranges). Alternatively you can lower security and change the agent.conf (config file) from EnforceLogicMonitorSSL=true to false.