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Configure an Akamai Kona Log Source by using the HTTP Receiver Protocol

 

Collect events from Akamai Kona in JSA by using the HTTP Receiver protocol.

Collect events by using the HTTP Receiver Protocol:

  1. If automatic updates are not enabled, download and install the most recent version of the following RPMs from the https://support.juniper.net/support/downloads/ onto your JSA console:

    • Protocol Common RPM

    • DSMCommon RPM

    • HTTP Receiver Protocol RPM

    • Akamai KONA DSM RPM

  2. For each instance of Akamai KONA, configure your Akamai KONA system to communicate with JSA. For more information, contact Akamai.

  3. If you plan to configure the log source to use the HTTPs and Client Authentication options, copy the Akamai KONA certificate to the target JSA Event Collector.

  4. For each Akamai KONA server that you want to integrate, create a log source on the JSA console. Configure all the required parameters. Use this table to configure Akamai Kona specific parameters:

    Table 1: Akamai KONA Log Source Parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Log source type

    Akamai KONA

    Protocol Configuration

    HTTP Receiver

    Client Certificate Path

    The absolute file path to the client certificate on the target JSAEvent Collector.

    Ensure that the Akamai KONA certificate is already copied to the Event Collector.

    If you select the HTTPs and Client Authentication option from the Communication Type list, the Client Certificate Path parameter is required .

    Listen Port

    The destination port that is configured on the Akamai KONA system

    Message Pattern

    The Message Pattern '\{"type' is for JSON format events

    This integration requires you to open a non-standard port in your firewall for incoming Akamai connections. Use an internal proxy to route the incoming Akamai connections. Do not point the Akamai data stream directly to the JSA Console. For more information about opening a non-standard port in your firewall, consult your Network security professionals.