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Administration Guide

Slack integration webhook

A webhook can be created to post messages and notifications to Slack.

In this example, a configuration change triggers the FortiGate to post a message to Slack.

To create a webhook automation stitch for Slack integration in the GUI:
  1. Create an incoming webhook in Slack. See Sending messages using Incoming Webhooks for more information.
  2. Go to Security Fabric > Automation and click Create New.
  3. Enter the stitch name.
  4. Configure the trigger:
    1. Click Add Trigger.
    2. Click Create and select Configuration Change.
    3. Enter a name (config change).
    4. Click OK.
    5. Select the trigger in the list and click Apply.
  5. Configure the action:
    1. Click Add Action.
    2. Click Create and select Webhook.
    3. Enter the following:

      Name

      send to Slack

      Protocol

      HTTPS

      URL

      Enter the incoming webhook URL created in Slack

      Custom port

      Enable and enter 443

      Method

      POST

      HTTP body

      {\"channel\": \"#delivery\", \"username\": \"tleela\", \"text\": \"Configuration changed\", \"icon_emoji\": \":worried:\"}

      HTTP header

      Content-type : application/json

    4. Click OK.
    5. Select the action in the list and click Apply.
  6. Click OK.
To create a webhook automation stitch for Slack integration in the CLI:
  1. Create an incoming webhook in Slack. See Sending messages using Incoming Webhooks for more information.

  2. Create the automation trigger:
    config system automation-trigger
        edit "config change"
            set event-type config-change
        next
    end
  3. Create the automation action:
    config system automation-action
        edit "send to Slack"
            set action-type webhook
            set protocol https
            set uri "hooks.slack.com/services/XXXXXXXX"
            set http-body "{\"channel\": \"#delivery\", \"username\": \"tleela\", \"text\": \"Configuration changed\", \"icon_emoji\": \":worried:\"}"
            set port 443
            set headers "Content-type:application/json"
        next
    end
  4. Create the automation stitch:
    config system automation-stitch
        edit "Slack"
            set trigger "config change"
            set action "send to Slack"
        next
    end

Slack integration webhook

A webhook can be created to post messages and notifications to Slack.

In this example, a configuration change triggers the FortiGate to post a message to Slack.

To create a webhook automation stitch for Slack integration in the GUI:
  1. Create an incoming webhook in Slack. See Sending messages using Incoming Webhooks for more information.
  2. Go to Security Fabric > Automation and click Create New.
  3. Enter the stitch name.
  4. Configure the trigger:
    1. Click Add Trigger.
    2. Click Create and select Configuration Change.
    3. Enter a name (config change).
    4. Click OK.
    5. Select the trigger in the list and click Apply.
  5. Configure the action:
    1. Click Add Action.
    2. Click Create and select Webhook.
    3. Enter the following:

      Name

      send to Slack

      Protocol

      HTTPS

      URL

      Enter the incoming webhook URL created in Slack

      Custom port

      Enable and enter 443

      Method

      POST

      HTTP body

      {\"channel\": \"#delivery\", \"username\": \"tleela\", \"text\": \"Configuration changed\", \"icon_emoji\": \":worried:\"}

      HTTP header

      Content-type : application/json

    4. Click OK.
    5. Select the action in the list and click Apply.
  6. Click OK.
To create a webhook automation stitch for Slack integration in the CLI:
  1. Create an incoming webhook in Slack. See Sending messages using Incoming Webhooks for more information.

  2. Create the automation trigger:
    config system automation-trigger
        edit "config change"
            set event-type config-change
        next
    end
  3. Create the automation action:
    config system automation-action
        edit "send to Slack"
            set action-type webhook
            set protocol https
            set uri "hooks.slack.com/services/XXXXXXXX"
            set http-body "{\"channel\": \"#delivery\", \"username\": \"tleela\", \"text\": \"Configuration changed\", \"icon_emoji\": \":worried:\"}"
            set port 443
            set headers "Content-type:application/json"
        next
    end
  4. Create the automation stitch:
    config system automation-stitch
        edit "Slack"
            set trigger "config change"
            set action "send to Slack"
        next
    end