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"Warning! authentication for output feeds is disabled", again

L1 Bithead

Hi Team,

 

we installed Minemeld a few days ago and we are fighting with the old issue "Warning! authentication for output feeds is disabled". 

 

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Our MineMeld instance runs as a docker Installation on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Installation was done with the documentations, which we are found here at PaloAlto LIVEcommunity (Minemeld using docker). MineMeld runs and the Site is secured:

 

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We found the documentation "Minemeld Feed Password OR api security", too, but it doesn´t resolve the issue. Means, we created the file "30-feeds-aouth.yml" with the configuration

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but it doesn´t help a thing. The user "minemeld" couldn´t found on the system, too. And the connection between our Firewalls and MineMeld doesn´t work. 
What are we doing wrong?

Thanks in advance for your support!

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @PEnzenmueller ,

 

Did you restart minemeld process after you add the file?

I am currently testing similar setup (minemeld in docker) and I just created the file and restarted the service via the GUI (System -> Restart). I think I restarted both the engine and the API and I am not sure which did the trick.

Hi @Astardzhiev,
thank you for your tip. I have tested it but I still have the same error. 

Hey @PEnzenmueller ,

Have you check for any typos in the file or the file name? Looking again at your original post you have spelled the filename with one extra "o" is it just a typo in the post or is it typo in the filename?

 

Sorry for the stupid questions, but I had the similar experience - I first typed ENABLE without the D and it didn't work.

L1 Bithead

Hey @Astardzhiev ,
thank you for your reply. The "o" was an mistake! Look:

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But thank you very much for your tipps! It was not a stupid question! 😉

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