The Transport service component is responsible for accepting hits from the Capture server, performing a series of pipeline operations, and then delivering the hit to the Processor component.
Pipeline operations are managed by a configurable sequence of session agents.
The Processor component can be installed on the same machine as the Transport component, or it can be installed on a separate machine.
The default processor for the Transport service is 32-bit. However, if you use a 64-bit pipeline component for the HBR server, you need to deregister the 32-bit Transport service and register the 64-bit Transport service.
The installer creates the default pipeline operations. The default pipeline operations are listed in the order of execution:
DataDrop > DecoupleEx > Inflate > PrivacyEx > TLTRef > SessionRouter > Canister (or Socket)
- If a Processor component has been installed on this machine, then the pipeline is terminated with the Canister pipeline agent.
- If the Processor component is installed on a different machine, this pipeline is terminated with the Socket agent.
This pipeline can be modified to include or exclude other operators.
Enabling SSL Transport with the PCA
If needed, you can generate SSL keys and use them to enable encrypted transport between the CX Passive Capture Application and the Transport Service.
Configuring the Transport Service in TMS
Through the Pipeline Editor in TMS, you can configure the structure and sequencing of the main and child pipelines in the Transport Service.
- Login to the Portal as an administrator.
- In the Portal menu, navigate to TMS.
- Select View > Servers.
- Click Transport Service.
- Select the Transport Service node.
- Click Transport Service configuration.
- In the Config Actions panel, click View/Edit.
The current Transport Service configuration is displayed in the Pipeline Editor.
Configuring the Transport Service from the command line
You can also configure the Transport service from the command line.
At the command line, Transport configuration is completed in the file
- You can open this file through the Windows™ Start menu:
Start > Programs > TeaLeaf Technology > TeaLeaf CX Capture > Configuration Files > Socket Capture Configuration
- This file is a Windows
iniformat file, where each section represents a pipeline operation. For more information on how to configure, you can review the file itself.
TeaLeafCaptureSocket.cfgfile, you must restart the Transport Service to make the changes take effect.