You can set up individual pipelines for each port to which the CX Passive Capture Application is forwarding captured data.
- In a text editor, open
- In the
[Globals]section, you can specify the port number to receive standard or SSL traffic. In the following example, standard traffic (
Port) is captured on port
1966and forwarded to the
DataDropsession agent. SSL traffic (
SSLPort) is captured on port
1967and forwarded to the
- Note that the SSL pipeline is commented out (
#), which means that it is current disabled. To enable a pipeline, remove the
- Configure the
- For the standard traffic port pipeline, the
DataDropsession agent initiates the pipeline. Search the file for the following string:
- In the Data Drop session agent, configure all session agent settings, including the
following configuration item:
DownStreamConfigSectionproperty indicates the next session agent to which to pass the data outputted from DataDrop. If you search the file for the following string:
[DecoupleEx], you will see another
DownStreamConfigSectionproperty, which points to the next session agent, and so on.
- In this manner, you can build your pipeline until you reach one of the terminal pipeline
[Canister]session agent forwards the session data to a Short Term Canister.
[Archive]session agent writes the session data to an Archive File (TLA) on the server's hard drive.
[Null]session agent discards the data. For debugging purposes.
- You can also point the end of a pipeline to the start of the next one.