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Re: What is the DCP?

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:50 pm
by bscloutier
The Folders tab provides a file explorer formatted view into the file system.

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You can navigate through folders by clicking on the left tree or double-clicking folders on the right as you might expect. Files can be selected and downloaded. You can also delete files and create folders. Drag and Drop is supported both into and out of the folder. Although in that case there is some variation in availability depending on the browser you are using. I use Chrome extensively. That seems to provide all of the needed capability.

If you need to move entire folders including subfolders then FTP is a better bet. Here I recommend FileZilla. https://filezilla-project.org/

Re: What is the DCP?

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:59 pm
by bscloutier
The Registry tab provides an explorer view into the Registry. Here you can edit and remove keys as needed. Each setting found in the Configuration tab is associated with a Registry Key. You can make settings here if you know the proper key and format.

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It is recommended that you become familiar with the Registry, There are some settings that are not accommodated by the DCP GUI. You will need to enter those here. The Registry can also be manipulated from the Command Line.

The DCP contains built-in and detailed Registry documentation.

Re: What is the DCP?

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:07 pm
by bscloutier
The Syslog tab displays the System log detail in chronological order with the most recent event at the top. This is the content of the /jniorsys.log and /jniorsys.log.bak files concatenated. You can scroll then through all of the available log history in order from most recent to the oldest.

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Here I'll show a segment of the HoneyPot Syslog since my development unit sees a lot of crazy use and its log is full of confusing stuff. In fact you can see in this log where JANOS was recently updated. The infected.json file that keeps getting updated is the database for the http://honeypot.integpg.com/map.php application running on that unit. The HoneyPot JNIOR is connected directly to the Internet.

Re: What is the DCP?

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:12 pm
by bscloutier
The Peers tab provides quick link access to other JNIORs that you may have on the network. The Series 4 JNIOR is aware of nearby peer products. Here you can move to the DCP on these other units using the link provided. That can be convenient if you have many JNIORs. Okay, so here at INTEG the Peer list gets crazy.

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For many this list will be short if there are any at all.

Re: What is the DCP?

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:15 pm
by bscloutier
And FINALLY! We have the About tab. This actually contains some text and potentially useful information.

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