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Analyzing DNS Query Logging

I've set my two Infoblox internal DNS servers to log queries because I want to see if I am getting external queries to these boxes.  But I am not seeing the query requests getting sent to ESM server.  I see all other Infoblox type logs getting sent, just not DNS queries.  Any ideas what I am missing?

Once I am actually receiving the data, I want to correlate all destination IP addr to two IP addresses and all destinations external to my controlled network.  How would I best go about doing that?

Thanks in advance,

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Re: Analyzing DNS Query Logging

Moved from Community Help to Business > SIEM as I think that;s what this is about.   Moderator

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Re: Analyzing DNS Query Logging


On you data source configure the Support Generic Events: to "Log unknown event".

What i believe is that there is no parses for the DNS logs sent from you infoblox device.

If that is the case with that option enabled you will see a growing number of unknown events.

In that scenarion you will have to options :

     - create your own parsers

     - submit PER with McAFee :

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