I am able to retrieve apache web logs from one system and visualize them in kibana. However, we have more than one system that work as master-slave.
If there are 3 systems A,B,C
A - Master (IP1: 18.104.22.168)
B - Slave 1 (IP2: 22.214.171.124)
C - Slave 2 (IP3: 126.96.36.199)
In this setup, whenever system B access a webpage, the request is sent directly to the server (IP2). Similary whenever system C accesses a webpage, the request is sent directly to the server (IP3).
However, whenever a login page is accessed by either of the slaves, the request is sent by master IP1. And further page access are directly encountered by respective slaves.
Problem : Is there a way to find which slave is accessing the login page via master?
I would like to visualize inferences of logs made from a master-slave architecture. I am new to this, and grateful to find any help.