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camper
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Hub event messages , unusual times.

Guys,

could someone explian what the following means? - noticed these entries today on Hub. Times are odd & every 10 minutes , also xxxx..176 does not appear to be one of my devcies. Thanks.

 

04:13:20, 28 Jan.(2124236.550000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
04:03:12, 28 Jan.(2123628.570000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:53:04, 28 Jan.(2123020.580000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:42:56, 28 Jan.(2122412.610000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:32:48, 28 Jan.(2121804.620000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:22:40, 28 Jan.(2121196.650000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:12:32, 28 Jan.(2120588.670000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
03:02:24, 28 Jan.(2119980.670000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:52:16, 28 Jan.(2119372.690000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:42:08, 28 Jan.(2118764.710000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:32:00, 28 Jan.(2118156.730000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:21:52, 28 Jan.(2117548.740000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:11:44, 28 Jan.(2116940.760000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
02:01:36, 28 Jan.(2116332.780000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:51:28, 28 Jan.(2115724.800000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:41:20, 28 Jan.(2115116.820000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:31:12, 28 Jan.(2114508.830000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:21:04, 28 Jan.(2113900.890000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:10:56, 28 Jan.(2113292.900000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
01:00:48, 28 Jan.(2112684.890000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
00:50:40, 28 Jan.(2112076.910000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
00:40:32, 28 Jan.(2111468.920000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
00:30:24, 28 Jan.(2110860.940000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
00:20:16, 28 Jan.(2110252.970000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
00:10:03, 28 Jan.(2109639.980000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.76
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Leg2ion
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Re: Hub event messages , unusual times.

Hi Camper,

 

It is a GUI (Graphical User Interface) log, i.e. a log of when someone accesses the Home Hub manager. I have just accessed mine, and have accessed it a few times today trying to track down a fault on wireless 5ghz connectivity:

 

22:29:59, 07 Apr.(984614.450000) Admin login successful by 192.168.1.69 on HTTP
21:08:11, 07 Apr.(979706.220000) Admin login successful by 192.168.1.69 on HTTP
20:56:18, 07 Apr.(978993.960000) Admin login successful by 192.168.1.69 on HTTP
20:50:45, 07 Apr.(978660.860000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.69
19:36:31, 07 Apr.(974206.650000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.69
19:26:22, 07 Apr.(973597.440000) New GUI session from IP 192.168.1.69

 

Yours obviously was on the 28th Jan, but not sure why it was every 10 mins, unless it is a stored log or someone else is logging into it through the night...I am assuming the IP address isn't shown when you go through the advanced settings to the home network screen? On mine, my first few entries are from a different IP address, as i initially accessed the manager from a different computer on my network.

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camper
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Re: Hub event messages , unusual times.

Thanks for response. Appreciated.

Im puzzled as to the ten minute sequencing & in fairness time of day _ everyone asleep!

Any ideas? How could someone externally access the hub ?

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Leg2ion
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Re: Hub event messages , unusual times.

Ok, on a hunch I opened up hub manager and just left it - normally I open it, log in. do what I need to do then close it again.

 

By the looks of it the log captures an 'event' (New GUI Session) if you have initially opened the GUI but not logged in - the events being every 10 minutes - give or take a few seconds - hence the frequency you have seen. it appears the events stop once you log in, or close it then re-open/re log-in.

 

I am guessing that either you left a laptop/desktop on overnight, with the hub manager web page open, and didn't log in, or worst case (and I'm thinking fairly unlikely) someone unbeknown to you managed to join your network but couldn't log in, but also left the hub manager web page open all night?

 

Someone cannot externally access your network/hub unless they have your passwords - one to join your network if you haven't disabled security and one to access the router - so unless that has been compromised I wouldn't worry - OR if you do have any suspicions change the password to both your network and your home hub.

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