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Moving NST to a new server. [message #1155] Mon, 20 June 2005 13:02
WaveJam
Messages: 22
Registered: June 2005
Junior Member
Hello...

I have been evaluating NST v2.0.6.2 and decided to go ahead and purchase it. I was evaluating it on a non-production server and now that I have a license, I want to move NST to a production box. My question is, can I export and import the settings from the non-prod machine to the new server. I have a honeypot set up, can I somehow export/import all that it has learned?

Obviously setting up NST from scratch is easy enough, I mainly want to keep all that it has learned.

Thanks...



WaveJam Technologies, LLC.
Frederick, MD. USA
www.wavejam.com
Re: Moving NST to a new server. [message #1156 is a reply to message #1155] Mon, 20 June 2005 14:37 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
WaveJam wrote:

> I have been evaluating NST v2.0.6.2 and decided to go ahead
> and purchase it. I was evaluating it on a non-production server
> and now that I have a license, I want to move NST to a
> production box. My question is, can I export and import the
> settings from the non-prod machine to the new server. I have a
> honeypot set up, can I somehow export/import all that it has
> learned?
>
> Obviously setting up NST from scratch is easy enough, I
> mainly want to keep all that it has learned.

Moving the Bayes database is easy: all you have to do is to copy the contents
of the "db" subdirectory to the new machine. The configuration (nospamtoday.cf)
can also be copied but should be carefully reviewed (especially the IncomingServer/IncomingPort and OutgoingServer/OutgoingPort settings)
before restarting the service on the new machine.



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