000026967 - How to add Application Rules to RSA NetWitness Platform Decoders using the REST API

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Article Number000026967
Applies ToRSA Product Set: NetWitness Logs & Network
RSA Product/Service Type: Decoder
RSA Version/Condition: 10.6.x, 11.x
Platform: CentOS 6, 7
IssueHow to add Application Rules to RSA NetWitness Decoders using the REST API.
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  1. Access REST using Web Browser

    Using Web Browser navigate to: http://<decoder_ip>:50104/decoder/config/rules



    Note: If SSL enabled on REST then this will be: https://<decoder_ip>:50104/decoder/config/rules



    You'll be prompted for username and password. You could use the same credentials used to add service in Administration \ Device i.e. username: admin




     


  2. Click the (*) next to the application

     
  3. Example of Adding Application Rule
    In this example, we will alert if DNS hostname contains "www.google.com"

    method: add
    Parameters: name=testAppRule rule="alias.host contains \"www.google.com\"" alert=alert
    Send button
    Output: Success




    Copy the full URL: /decoder/config/rules/application?msg=add&force-content-type=text/plain&expiry=600&name=testAppRule&rule=alias.host%20contains%20%22www.google.com%22&alert=alert
     
  4. Displaying Application Rules
    Changing back to method: 'ls' reveals this application rule has been added as last Application Rule

     
     
  5. Running REST call from the command line

    Using Complete URL using curl:
    curl --user "<username>:<password>" "http://<decoder_ip>:50104/decoder/config/rules/application?msg=add&force-content-type=text/plain&expiry=600&name=testAppRule3&rule=alias.host%20contains%20%22www.google.com%22&alert=alert"
     



    If you are unsure of any of the steps above or experience any issues, contact RSA Support and quote this article ID for further assistance.


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