Refer link: Installation Steps of Graylog-Part1

Place the hash password.

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Do the following changes in the file like server.conf

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Start the graylog server using the following command.

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You can check out the server startup logs, it will be useful for you to troubleshoot graylog in case of any issue.

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Install Graylog Web Interface:

To configure graylog-web-interface, you must have at least one graylog-server node. Install web interface using below command.

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Edit the configuration file and set the following parameters.

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This is the list of graylog-server nodes, you can add multiple nodes, separate by commas.

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Set the application secret, you can generate it using pwgen -N 1 -s 96.

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Restart the gralog-web-interface using following command,

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Access Graylog Web Interface:

The web interface will listenon port 9000, configure the firewall to allow traffic on port 9000.

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Point your browser to http://ip-add-ress:9000. Log in with username “admin” and the password you configured at root_password_sha2 on server.conf.

Point browser for local to http://127.0.0.1:9000

Point browser for global/remote to http://your_remote_ip:9000

We can launch the Graylog welcome page.

1.Launch the Graylog using local URL,

http://127.0.0.1:9000

so, we will be launched on Graylog page as below view,

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2.Launch the Graylog using local URL,

http://your_remote_ip:9000

so, we will be launched on Graylog page as below view,

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Sign In the Graylog by using login credentials,

Username : admin

Password :initial123(where we already created for hash code)

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If you login success , then we can see the Graylog console page with “Nothing Found” message.

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If you login failed then you can find view like below,

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