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How can I protect the open source dashboard page (3000 port)

asked 2016-02-09 11:30:06 -0500

masterseo gravatar image

I am looking for a way to password protect the dashboard page as I have just installed the opensource version... Any thoughts?

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answered 2016-02-09 17:21:12 -0500

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One solution I have seen is to use a reverse proxy infront of your infrastructure..

http://logz.io/blog/deploy-elk-produc...

One option is to use nginx reverse proxy to access your Kibana dashboard, which entails a simple nginx configuration that requires those who want to access the dashboard to have a username and password. This quickly blocks access to your Kibana console.
The challenge here arises if you would like to limit access on a more granular level. This is currently impossible within open source ELK.

That is with respect to an ELK stack, but I'm guessing it's a similar situation with the opensource dashboard/console.

I'm not sure if it supports a more fine-grained role based access control.

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