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Cb Defense: What do the HTTP Error Codes for the SIEM Connector mean?

Cb Defense: What do the HTTP Error Codes for the SIEM Connector mean?

Environment

  • CB Defense Web Console: All Versions
  • CB Defense SIEM Connector: All Supported Versions

Question

In the /var/log/cb/integrations/cb-defense-syslog/cb-defense-syslog.log, what do the HTTP errors mean?

 


Answer

  • HTTP 200: Successful response. This means a successful connection has been made.
  • HTTP 400: Bad request. Check the messages response for more information on errors encountered parsing the incoming payload.
  • HTTP 401: Unauthorized. Double check the X-Auth-Token authentication HTTP header to make sure that the Connector ID and API key are valid.
  • HTTP 404: Object not found. The requested object could not be found in the backend data store or it may have expired (over 30 days old, etc.)
  • HTTP 429: Rate limiting encountered. Try again in a minute.
  • HTTP 500: Internal server error. Check the messages response for more information.

Additional Notes

  • In addition, each message returns a boolean success indicator that indicates whether the operation was successful. The response contents should be further examined or processed only if the success indicator is true.
  • If there is another HTTP Error logged, or the above errors cannot be resolved, please Contact Support for Help
  • For a full list of HTTP Error Codes: Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Status Code Registry


 

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