IP Fabric Webhook Integration for Microsoft Teams and/or Slack


IP Fabric Setup

  • Go to Settings > Webhooks > Add webhook
  • Provide a name
  • URL will be: http(s)://<YOUR IP/DNS>:8000/ipfabric
  • Copy secret
  • Select if you want both Snapshot and Intent Events
    • Recommended for only Snapshot events.

Environment Setup

  • Rename sample.env to .env
  • Edit .env with your IPF and Teams variables
    • Default IP Fabric alerts can be found in ipf_alerts.json and then minified into IPF_ALERTS
      • Edit ipf_alerts.json to your desired settings
      • python -c "import json, sys;json.dump(json.load(sys.stdin), sys.stdout)" < ipf_alerts.json
      • Copy/paste output in IPF_ALERTS
    • Set IPF_VERIFY to False if your IP Fabric SSL cert is not trusted
    • IPF_SECRET is found in the webhook settings page
    • IPF_URL must be in the following format without any trailing information. For example: https://demo3.ipfabric.io/
    • IPF_TOKEN is an API token created in Settings > API Token
      • If you want to translate User ID to Username token must have User Management Scope
    • IPF_TEST will not send test alerts to the channel when set to False
    • Notification Channels (Can send to both locations if both variables are set)
      • TEAMS_URL is found when adding an “Incoming Webhook” on a Teams Channel
      • SLACK_URL is found when adding an “Incoming Webhook” on a Slack Channel



python3 -m venv venv && source venv/bin/activate
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
python3 main.py


docker-compose up







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