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Subject iAgent configuration settings/registry settings - Part 9
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iAgent configuration settings/registry settings - Part 9

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# The network scanner settings control the way nmap is used to scan the local
# LAN for available services. If scanLANAllowed is set to zero the iAgent
# will not invoke the bundled nmap binary. This is the default setting and
# it disables the feature completely. You can easily enable scanning for
# well-known and supported services on the local class C network by simply
# setting "Processor_rc/scanLANAllowed=1".
#
# You can select to scan either the local class C network or class B network
# by enabling scanLANClassC or scanLANClassC (but not both). By default, the
# local class C network is scanned.
#
# If you wish to customize the targets, ports or other arguments to nmap, then
# you need to enable scanLANCustom by setting it to one.
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustom=1
#
# You can specify the nmap targets using scanLANTargets. This setting controls
# which systems (IP addresses) are scanned for available services. Here are
# some examples.
# Processor_rc/scanLANTargets=192.168.3.11/24
# Processor_rc/scanLANTargets=192.168.22.4-199
# Processor_rc/scanLANTargets=10.2.3.17/24,10.2.4.17/24,10.2.5.17/24
#
# You can specify the nmap port numbers (services) using scanLANPorts. This
# setting controls which ports nmap will scan on the target systems. Typically,
# these ports are associated with specific services that you can access via
# iTivity. These are the default ports scanned by the iAgent.
# Processor_rc/scanLANPorts=T:20,22,23,80,443,3389,5900
# You might prefer to scan only for RDP...
# Processor_rc/scanLANPorts=T:3389
# You might prefer to scan for multiple VNC desktops on each system.
# Processor_rc/scanLANPorts=T:5900,5901,5902,5903,5904,5905,5906,5907
# You may wish to scan for extra HTTP ports like 8080.
# Processor_rc/scanLANPorts=T:20,22,23,80,443,3389,5900,8080,8888
#
# When scanning for a service on non-standard ports, you should specify which
# type of service is expected using scanLANUnknownProtocol. The iAgent
# attempts to interpret the nmap output to determine the protocol. However,
# when that does not work, it will fallback to scanLANUnknownProtocol. You
# may only specify one fallback protocol here.
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=ftp
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=ssh
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=sftp
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=telnet
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=http
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=https
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=rdp
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=vnc
#
# You can pass custom options to nmap (other than targets and ports) using
# the scanLANCustomArgs setting. By default, this setting is used to ask
# nmap to slow down the scanning process using the polite timing, "-T Polite".
# If you wish to customize this setting and retain the polite timing, you
# should include the polite setting along with you extra option(s). Here are
# some examples.
# In order to prevent DNS resolution, you can use the following custom
# options.
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustomArgs=-n -T Polite
# In order speed up the nmap scanning, you could specify a different timing.
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustomArgs=-T Normal
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustomArgs=-T Aggressive
# In order to exclude a network, host or range of hosts, you could specify
# the following custom options.
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustomArgs=--exclude 10.9.8.7/24 -T Polite
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Processor_rc/scanLANAllowed=0
# Processor_rc/scanLANClassC=1
# Processor_rc/scanLANClassB=0
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustom=0
# Processor_rc/scanLANTargets=
# Processor_rc/scanLANPorts=T:20,22,23,80,443,3389,5900
# Processor_rc/scanLANUnknownProtocol=
# Processor_rc/scanLANCustomArgs=-R -T Polite

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Enables debugging output in the processor daemon. The debugging mode
# of zero ("0") disables output. As the mode number increases from one
# ("1") to around twelve ("12"), more and more information is written to
# the log file. Generally, this option should be disabled in production
# systems, unless instructed otherwise by Tridia staff.
#
# Default:
# Processor/debugMode=0
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Processor_rc/debugMode=0
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