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pads.conf

pads.conf

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NAME

pads.conf - pads configuration file

 

DESCRIPTION

This man page describes the format of the pads(8) configuration file.

Empty lines and lines beginning with '#' are ignored.

 

PARAMETERS

daemon [0/1]
his parameter determines whether the application will go into the background. 0 = Disable, 1 = Enable

pid_file <file>
Filename of the pads PID file. This value should be set if you are planning on using daemon mode.

sig_file <file>
Alternate location for the pads-signature-list file.

mac_file <file>
Alternate location for the pads-ether-codes file.

user <username>
This is the name of the user pads will run as when started as root.

group <groupname>
This is the name of the group pads will run as when started as root.

interface <interface>
This contains the name of the interface PADS will listen to.

filter <filter>
This value contains a libpcap filter to be applied to the PADS session. For example, to filter only SSH traffice, specify "filter 'port 22'".

network <network>
This string contains a comma seperated list of networks to be monitored. Only assets found in these networks will be recorded. For example,
        "network 192.168.0.0/24,192.168.1.0/24,10.10.10.0/24".

output screen
This output plugin displays PADS data to the screen. When using the configuration file, it defaults to off.

output csv: <filename>
This output plugin writes PADS data to a CSV file. Optionally, a CSV filename can be specified as an argument.

output fifo: <filename>
This output plugin writes PADS data to a FIFO file. Optionally, a FIFO filename can be specified as an argument.

 

SEE ALSO

pads(8)

 

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2005 Matt Shelton <matt@mattshelton.com>

 

BUGS

Please send bug reports to the author.

 

AUTHORS

Matt Shelton <matt@mattshelton.com>


 

Index

NAME
DESCRIPTION
PARAMETERS
SEE ALSO
COPYRIGHT
BUGS
AUTHORS

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