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This adds board and competency labels to almost all articles. Articles
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Data collection setup was split to separate article.
Also Shield was added to few places.
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: intermediate
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# Network boot of Turris MOX
This article will guide you through setting up your Turris MOX as an AP
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board: shield, mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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# Netmetr
## What is Netmetr?
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board: shield, mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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# OpenVPN server on Turris
Starting with Turris OS 3.6, you can configure OpenVPN easily through the Foris web interface.
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competency: intermediate
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# PaKon - Network monitoring (Parental Control)
## What is Pakon?
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# Sentinel
## What is Sentinel?
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## Installation & first run
To use Sentinel on Turris device just have to follow the instructions in [_How
to set up data collection?_](../collect/collect.md#how-to-set-up-data-collection) chapter
in the [data collection](../collect/collect.md) documentation.
!!! tip
Data collection system is installed out of the box on [Turris
Shield](../../models/#turris-shield). There is no need to configure it.
To use Sentinel on Turris device just have to follow the instructions in the [date
collection setup](../collect/setup.md) article.
During the installation, the system tries to obtain Sentinel client
certificate and starts to collect the data. New firewall rules
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# Data Collection
One of the initial motives that led to the development of the Turris router was
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Sadly, there is currently no way to visualize what your own router collects from
Firewall monitoring and Minipots - a feature we are working hard on now.
## How to set up data collection?
The whole functionality is nowadays provided by [Sentinel](../apps/sentinel.md).
You just need to enable the _Data Collection_ package list in the
_Package Management_ tab and agree with our
[EULA](https://gitlab.nic.cz/turris/sentinel/eula/-/blob/master/eulas/1.txt)
via _Data Collection_ tab in reForis. This will install and enable
[dynamic firewall](dynfw/collect-dynfw.md) and other selected data collection
components.
![Package Sentinel](reforis-pkg-sentinel.png)
![EULA](reforis-collect-eula.png)
You can also install the data collection manually using command line (SSH):
```
opkg update
opkg install turris-survey sentinel-dynfw-client sentinel-nikola sentinel-minipot haas-proxy
uci set sentinel.main.agreed_with_eula_version=1 && uci commit
```
In both cases, few extra steps are needed to activate HaaS:
1. Register on our website - [HaaS.nic.cz](https://haas.nic.cz).
2. There, in section _My Honeypot_ click on _Add new device_. After
naming it, you will get a **token**
![HaaS Device](haas-device.png)
3. Add your token to the router using command line (SSH):
```
uci set haas.settings.token="YOUR_TOKEN"
uci commit
/etc/init.d/haas-proxy start
```
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board: shield, mox, omnia, 1.x
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# Dynamic Firewall
The dynamic firewall (A.K.A. DynFW) is Turris IDS and IPS system - the tool for
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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## How to set up data collection?
The whole functionality is nowadays provided by [Sentinel](../apps/sentinel.md).
You just need to enable the _Data Collection_ package list in the
_Package Management_ tab and agree with our
[EULA](https://gitlab.nic.cz/turris/sentinel/eula/-/blob/master/eulas/1.txt)
via _Data Collection_ tab in reForis. This will install and enable
[dynamic firewall](dynfw/collect-dynfw.md) and other selected data collection
components.
![Package Sentinel](reforis-pkg-sentinel.png)
![EULA](reforis-collect-eula.png)
You can also install the data collection manually using command line (SSH):
```
opkg update
opkg install turris-survey sentinel-dynfw-client sentinel-nikola sentinel-minipot haas-proxy
uci set sentinel.main.agreed_with_eula_version=1 && uci commit
```
In both cases, few extra steps are needed to activate HaaS:
1. Register on our website - [HaaS.nic.cz](https://haas.nic.cz).
2. There, in section _My Honeypot_ click on _Add new device_. After
naming it, you will get a **token**
![HaaS Device](haas-device.png)
3. Add your token to the router using command line (SSH):
```
uci set haas.settings.token="YOUR_TOKEN"
uci commit
/etc/init.d/haas-proxy start
```
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# First setup of Turris MOX (CPU Only)
This page is written for users who would like to configure their MOX device with
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# First setup of Turris MOX
## Before you start
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# First setup of Turris Shield
## Connecting cables
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# First setup on Turris 1.X and Omnia
Both Turris 1.X and Omnia were produced in several batches and the actual
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competency: novice
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# DNS settings in Foris
## What is DNS?
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competency: novice
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# Guest network
There are some situations when you want to allow Internet access to some other people (your guests, visitors,
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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# Accessing Foris via HTTPS
If you see warning box bellow in your Foris web interface, you should add a
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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# LAN settings in Foris
This section contains settings for the local network (LAN). The provided defaults are suitable for most networks.
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: intermediate
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# Storage plugin
Turris contains an eMMC flash memory card which is used as the system storage. It holds both the Turris OS itself
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: novice
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# WAN settings in Foris
Here you specify your WAN port settings. Usually, you can leave this options untouched unless instructed otherwise by
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# Interesting features to try
If you are new to Turris project, there is plenty of stuff that can be done with
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board: mox, omnia, 1.x
competency: intermediate
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# LuCI
## What is LuCI?
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