Using JAP at the command line
Switch im JAPType
to start JAP without graphical user interface. If a configuration file exists (jap.conf),
it is read and used, otherwise a new configuration is created. There is no control interface
for the command line yet, but JAP will automatically (re-)connect if you have specified
this in the graphical view before.
Using the Mix executable as local anonymizer proxyIf you have successfully installed the Mix server binary, you may also use it as a local anonymizer proxy for your web browser instead of the graphical JAP client.
Choosing the cascadeBefore using the software as a local proxy you have to decide which mix-cascade to use. You can use JAP to get the addresses of all currently available Mixes. The address of the 'Dresden-Dresden'-cascade for instance is:
If you know the address of an InfoService, you can directly 'ask' it about
cascade addresses, for example the Dresden InfoService:
There are some other commands it accepts, try
Starting the local proxyNow you are ready to start the program. The parameters are:
If you have started the local proxy you should get messages like: