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Logging failed logging attempts with Source IP

networker99
Beginner
Beginner

Does anyone know which messaging logging ID I need to use to log failed login attempts to Cisco ASA, I need the log to include the source IP address

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david.tran
Enthusiast
Enthusiast

Use TACACS.

I was looking for the actual message IDS for syslog.  Figured out you can use

315011

605004

605005

113015

Hi,

I have a lab setup and I forgot to remove some configuration from the IPS to stop loging to my ASA device. Of course now it is trying to login and it is being denied, these logs may help you

611102

605004

This is the info it shows,

%ASA-6-611102: User authentication failed: Uname: R4Admin

%ASA-6-605004: Login denied from x.x.x.x/50237 to inside:x.x.x.x/telnet for user "R4Admin"

Let me know if it works.

Mike

Mike

Thanks! do you know a way to log login attempts from IPs that are not permitted?  for example if you only allow SSH to the outside interface of the ASA from 1.1.1.1 but 2.2.2.2 tries to connect?

Hi,

Actually, on that one, I had no configuration for telnet.. SSH nor any cli access, so I think that should fit for you needs.

Mike

Mike
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