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To identify the IP or Subnet to be whitelisted.
There is a difference in the way the IP/DNS are getting logged in the Adapter logs in SSP 6000 than SSP 343.
This has become an issue as we are not able to differentiate between an IP/Subnet to whitelist.
Please refer case#TS003317894.
Below are the details:
In ssp 343 based on what is coming in between the string "Addressing" and "/" - it was decided if it is an IP or Subnet.
In ssp 6000 between the string "Addressing" and "/" the IP or DNS is missing. So we are not able to differentiate if it is a IP or Subnet.
Sterling Secure Proxy 3.4.3
23 Jan 2020 09:05:25,125 INFO [pool-154-thread-6123] sys.ADAPTER.SFTP_Adapter1 - sftp sessid=e67b835a-aec4-4ace-b8e0-26ae38bf2e18 SSE2604 SessionId=e67b835a-aec4-4ace-b8e0-26ae38bf2e18 User "NPROxxxx" Addressing 209-133-194-26.static.hvvc.us/22.214.171.124:5155;5155 Command: SSH_FXP_REALPATH, operand(1) .
23 Jan 2020 09:05:13,786 INFO [pool-154-thread-6123] sys.ADAPTER.SFTP_Adapter1 - sftp sessid=dbd8429c-7824-42f1-b8bf-efa17c4d2b70 SSE2604 SessionId=dbd8429c-7824-42f1-b8bf-efa17c4d2b70 User "Burrislogistics" Addressing 126.96.36.199/188.8.131.52:37765;37765 Command: SSH_FXP_REALPATH, operand(1)
IBM Sterling Secure Proxy 6000
03 Feb 2020 08:41:23,430 INFO [pool-92-thread-2518] sys.ADAPTER.SFTP_Adapter1 - sftp sessid=57abada4-0e83-4dfa-b8ba-c87548c7bbfc SSE2604 SessionId=57abada4-0e83-4dfa-b8ba-c87548c7bbfc User "Amerxxxxx" Addressing /184.108.40.206:26757;26757 Command: SSH_FXP_REALPATH, operand(1) /outbox/
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To differentiate between an IP/Subnet to whitelisted.
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