Our ON100 received an update yesterday (11/20) to 37.59.
This morning the administrator of one of the (Cisco) NAS devices reported repeated failed login attempts by the ON100.
Settings on the ON100:
Two Login attempts (via HTTP) made what appears to be every five minutes, 10 seconds apart.
What is the recommended course of action?
I have entered the credentials on the ON100 and sent you the account information via private message.
I authorized login in conjunction with the credentials and it now logs-in successfully approximately every 10 minutes.
The real desire is to have OnPlus watch the unit without login. Logins, successful or failed, clutters the connection log of the device and makes life harder for the device administrator.
Is this possible?
Is there some rationale for the reason ON100 has to login to these devices, even though the only monitoring specified has been cut-back fo ICMP UP/Down. A ping does not really need to login to function.
Over the weekend, another of our ON100s decided to start logging in (it previously did not) and spawned a blizzard of e-mail alarms from the monitored device. I had to grant login rights to get this to cease.
Further, is there a list of devices (or class of devices) that ON attempts logins to?
If the device is a supported Cisco device, it will try to authenticate to gather more information. The supported devices are listed here:
In a future release we will provide more options for the auto discovery and logins by the On100.
The OnPlus Team