Installing the Protect Agent on Linux as a Systemd service
1. Download the zip package from https://atom.tph.io/
2. Create the directories /opt/p8dns agent
3. Extract it into /opt/p8dns agent
4. On the command line:
|cd /opt/p8dns agent|
sudo chmod +x bin/*.sh
sudo cp script/p8dns.service /lib/systemd/system/p8dns.service
sudo systemctl enable p8dns.service
sudo systemctl start p8dns.service
To stop the command - sudo systemctl stop p8dns.service
*Requires the latest version of Java to run.
How to configure Protect Agent
To set up the Protect Agent, you will need to configure the cfg.properties file.
Linux = /opt/P8DNS Agent/conf/cfg.properties.
The file contains the following:
server = 220.127.116.11
token = BSYEB28O
local_dns = 18.104.22.168;22.214.171.124
|server||This is the Protect IPs of 126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52|
|token||This is your User token configured in Protect (This links your Protect to the Protect Agent)|
|local_dns||This is the local DNS servers|
|local_domian||This is the local domain if the Agent is running a windows server|
When you run the Protect Agent as the DNS server for your network, it starts filtering with the policy associated with the login token you set up in the config file.
You can add a User's token which can be created under Protect console>Users
For a single site, use the default user's token which needs to be created.
For multiple sites, add each user (sites), token to each relevant site.