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Finding the source of invalid logins

Hi Folk,

 

We're getting a regular invalid login attempt (@ 6am every day) tryiing to log into on one of our SVMs as root via ONTAPI.  There isn't any root user on that SVM, and it doesn't seem to be malicious, but I would like to know where it's coming from (eg ip address)

 

Is the source IP address of the attempt recorded in any of the logs, or can it be turned on somewhere?

 

We're running 9.1P2

 

Thanks in advance,

Stuart

Re: Finding the source of invalid logins

My collegue found it in the audit logs - we couldn't see it in the actual log files, but querying the exact time of the event (according to the notification email) brought it up

 

 

 

Toaster::> security audit log show -timestamp "Tue May 30 06:00:04 2017"
Time                      Node         Audit Message
------------------------  -----------  -----------------------
Tue May 30 06:00:04 2017  toaster-01    [kern_audit:info:1859] 8503e800002e7833 :: toaster:ontapi :: xxx.xxx.xxx.201:42076 :: toaster:ipa_ocum :: aggr-check-spare-low :: Success
Tue May 30 06:00:04 2017  toaster-01    [kern_audit:info:1859] 8503e800002e7834 :: toaster:ontapi :: xxx.xxx.xxx.248:60615 :: SVM:root :: Authentication failed.
Tue May 30 06:00:04 2017  toaster-01    [kern_audit:info:7855] 8503e800002e7834 :: toaster:ontapi :: xxx.xxx.xxx.248:60615 :: SVM:root :: Error: POST /servlets/netapp.servlets.admin.XMLrequest_filer HTTP/