How to configure using this force panel?


(Zhaoxiaole) #1

I have a question about your advice. I'm using packetbeat-1.0.0 + elasticsearch-1.3.9 + kibana-3.1.2-packetbeat, I want to draw the network topology, but do not know how to configure, and how to achieve the configuration example of FIG like that, I just want to know how to fill in the kibana3.


(Steffen Siering) #2

I've never used this feature myself, but have you tried to run the commands given in docs ?

It seems packetbeat can maintain host-names itself via elasticsearch. See https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/beats/packetbeat/current/maintaining-topology.html


(Zhaoxiaole) #3

I have read the docs, now packetbeat-1.0.0 + elasticsearch-1.3.9 + kibana-3.1.2-packetbeat build me there is no problem, the main question is how to use force panel to draw network topology, this should be how to fill´╝č


(Monica Sarbu) #4

You don't need to configure anything. You just need to open thePacketbeat statistics dashboard in Kibana. http://localhost:8000/#/dashboard/elasticsearch/Packetbeat%20Statistics.

It's true that the guide is a bit incomplete at the end, so here are the steps:

  • load the Kibana dashboards using the load.sh script
  • open a browser and point to localhost:8000
  • use the load button on the top of the page to load the Packetbeat statistics dashboard.

I hope this helps you. Please let me know if you encounter any other problems.


(Zhaoxiaole) #5

You know how to draw the relationship between the various call servers? Similar examples in the figure above, I can only now to FIG, look forward to your reply, thank you


(system) #6

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