Introduction to Responder Settings
This page contains complete information on Responder Settings.
Once you install the responder, it is in the default Suspend state. So, the Responder will not collect/send any data. In this state, the Master IP Address and Shared Secret Key are in the default Disable state.
Click Enable to select Responder State manually, in the Responder Settings page.
Enter either the Host Name or Master IP Address in UCOD Master Node field.
Set the Shared Secret Key
Once you enable the Responder state and enter the UCOD Master Node, set the Shared Secret Key. This is optional, but highly recommended to secure the data. It secures the communication between the Master and the Responder.
You must provide the same key for both Master and associated Responder(s).
Set the Shared Secret Key based on the key policy provided below.
Alphanumeric (case sensitive)
Must be between 8 and 24 characters in length
No special characters allowed
Click Apply to successfully register the Responder Settings.
Once you set the shared secret key, the Registration Status changes accordingly.
Check for the respective reasons below.