OpenDNS Visual Logging: How can it be done?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Churchill, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. Churchill

    Churchill Admiral

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    I've got OpenDNS running and have all the fun lil stats turned on but what I don't have is an easy (read graphical) way of viewing my data.

    I looked at an ELK stack (Elastic Search Logstache and Kibana) but haven't found a good docker image that has everything built into it and I'm trying to avoid having 3 separate systems if I can avoid it.

    Has anyone found a good visual web based utility (that's free or limited price) that can display OpenDNS or network logging with nice graphs, pie charts, etc etc.

    I could try splunk or solarwinds but that costs money.
     
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  2. PigLover

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    Grafana has a package for a Bind9 dashboard. Dont know if OpenDNS stats can be fed to it or if there is something already built for it.

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  3. fohdeesha

    fohdeesha Kaini Industries

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    +1 for grafana, use it for my custom home automation. it's bee-u-tiful - Grafana
     
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  4. Churchill

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    I like grafana for sure. What I'm not finding in my googling is to have Grafana display devices and endpoint destinations as well as charts that display quantity of hits to a certain DNS. More on the end of Solarwinds side of displaying content
     
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