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multiple ATL installations

Multiple copies of ATL 3 can be linked together, both local copies (installed on the same server) and remote copies (installed on a different server). By linking installations you can see the stats of all other sites in every installation, and you can quickly jump from one admin to the other.



Local installations are those that run on the same server. To add such an install, simply fill out the path to the /cgi-bin/atl3/d/t/ dir (note the ending /), the title and the url to http://www.yoursite.com/cgi-bin/atl3/x/login.cgi.



Remote installations are a bit harder to setup because there are more security issues.
First fill out the title, this can be anything you want. The domain is the domain of the remote copy. In the url field, fill out the url to http://www.yoursite.com/cgi-bin/atl3/.
Make sure you include the ending /
At this point the remote installation of ATL will block all login attempts coming from your current server. First scroll down to the Security Keys table.



Fill out two unique keys here. This key-combo need to be exactly the same on all your (remote) installations that you plan to link together. Now scroll down to the Server + Webmaster IP list



In this list you need to fill out the IPs that you wish to give access to your installaion. Naturally, you will need to add your own IP, but also your server IPs so ATL can retrieve the stats from remote installations. The easiest way to retrieve your outgoing server IP is to check the security log; Go to menu --> Security log. You will see several lines like this; error - IP xx.xx.xx.xx was blocked from loading remote stats. That is the outgoing IP. Add the IP to your 'server IP list', clear the security log, and if things are set up right, then the log will stay empty.

Last, there are two tables that display your current local and remote entries.
To remove an entry, simply clear all 3 fields and hit the update button.



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