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Enable Logging to Your Own S3 Bucket

Prerequisites

  • Full administrative access to the MSSP console
  • A login to Amazon AWS service (http://aws.amazon.com/console/). If you don't have an account, Amazon provides free sign up for S3.
    Note: Amazon requires a credit card in case your usage exceeds free plan usage.
  • A bucket configured in Amazon S3 to be used for storing logs. For more information, see Set up an Amazon S3 Bucket and Amazon S3 documentation.

Enable Logging

  1. Navigate to MSSP Settings > Log Management and select Use your company-managed Amazon S3 bucket.
  1. In the Bucket Name field, type or paste the exact bucket name you created in Amazon S3 and click Verify.
    Umbrella verifies your bucket, connects to it, and saves a README_FROM_UMBRELLA.txt file to your bucket.
  1. Open the README_FROM_UMBRELLA.txt file Umbrella saved to your bucket, copy and paste the token listed in it into Token Number, and click Save.

Manage Logs < Enable Logging to Your Own S3 Bucket > Set up an Amazon S3 Bucket

Updated about a year ago

Enable Logging to Your Own S3 Bucket


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