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mac_architect [2013/12/04 23:19]
cpanell [Preferences]
mac_architect [2014/02/28 20:59] (current)
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 +====== Architecture ======
 +
 +This page describes the architecture for iPass Open Mobile version 2.2.0 or later.
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 +===== File Locations =====
 +
 +Open Mobile installs files to the following folders:
 +
 +==== Default Install Folders ====
 +  * ''/Applications/iPass Open Mobile''
 +
 +==== Frameworks ====
 +
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassLogger.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPasscommon.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBCDMADevice.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBConnection.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBDevice.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBGSMDevice.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBIORegistryParser.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassMBLogger.framework''
 +  * ''/Applications/<ApplicationName>/Contents/Frameworks/iPassModemComm.framework''
 +==== Application Support ====
 +
 +  * ''/Library/Application Support/iPass/iPass Open Mobile''
 +
 +==== CrashReporter ====
 +
 +  * ''/Library/CrashReporter''
 +  * ''/Users/<User Name>/Library/Logs/CrashReporter''
 +
 +==== Logs ====
 +
 +  * ''/Users/<User Name>/Library/Application Support/iPass/iPass Open Mobile''
 +
 +
 +
 +==== Preferences ====
 +
 +  * ''/Users/<User Name>/Library/Preferences''
 +
 +==== Custom Profile Attachment ====
 +
 +  * ''/Users/<User Name>/Library/Application Support/iPass Open Mobile/Directory/<Custom Folder Name>''
 +===== Internet Connection Testing =====
 +
 +
 +Upon connecting, Open Mobile performs an Internet Connection, which is also known as an amion (“Am I On?”) test.
 +
 +
 +An HTTP request is sent, by default, to an iPass Web “sniff” server (sniff1.i-pass.com or sniff2.i-pass.com).  If a valid response to the request is received, Open Mobile proceeds with actions requiring an Internet connection, such as VPN launch or any other configured event actions.
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 +Open Mobile does not use proxy settings when performing the amion test. The test performs its own HTTP request to the configured server. If this connection is made through a proxy server, the client connection status will show that the client is associated but not connected.
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 +
 +To resolve this, you can whitelist the configured sniff servers, which will allow the amion HTTP request to pass through to the Internet. Please see [[:required_configurations_for_open_mobile_access|Required Configurations for Open Mobile Access]] for a full list.
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 +
 +Go to: **[[:mac_help|Open Mobile for Mac Help]]** 
 +
 +{{tag>amion architecture}}
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