Authentication Syslog Default Field Order

Example Authentication log in Syslog:
Oct 13 01:21:17 gke-standard-cluster-2-pool-1-6ea9f13a-moqf 894 <142>1 2020-10-13T01:21:16.976Z stream-logfwd20-156653024-10121421-eq28-harness-16kn logforwarder - panwlogs - 1,​2020-10-13T01:21:10.000000Z,​007051000113358,​AUTH,​Unknown,​10.0,​2020-10-13T01:21:01.000000Z,​vsys1,​::11e:a8c0:ffff:0,​paloaltonetwork\xxxxx,​paloaltonetwork\xxxxx,​Authentication object4,​Captive Portal,​16777216,​-1295066367845728256,​xxxxx,​rs-logging,​deny-attackers,​www.test.com,​1,​user password failure,​3,​556392,​-9223372036854775808,​0,​0,​0,​0,​,​PA-VM,​1,​0,​,​2020-10-13T01:21:02.391000Z,​src_category_list-2,​src_profile_list-0,​src_model_list-2,​src_vendor_list-2,​src_osfamily_list-2,​src_osversion_list-2,​src_host_list-2,​src_mac_list-0
The following identifies the default field order for filters migrated from an earlier version of the log forwarding application. For log filters created after that migration, you specify the field order when you create a log filter by specifying the columns you want to receive.
The fields are identified in the default order that they appear in each log line.

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