Amazon S3 storage has been setup to allow for sending and retrieval of files to/from your remote site.
Files placed in the S3 outgoing folders will be uplinked to the Kepler satellite network for transmission to your remote site and files sent from your remote site will appear in the S3 incoming folder.
Setting up S3 Browser
Download the S3 Browser: http://s3browser.com/
Once installed, add a new account:
Kepler will provide the:
- Access Key ID
- Secret Access Key
Click “Add new account” once the fields have been filled in.
Next, click “Yes” to add an External Bucket:
Kepler will supply the bucket name:
Click “Add External bucket” once filled in.
Upon successfully adding the bucket, you’ll see the following:
Your S3 storage is setup with the following folders:
- incoming_completed: completed files received from the remote site via the Kepler satellite network. These files can be copied off S3 and used. Please clear these files as needed to free up space.
- incoming_in_progress [read only]: partial files being relayed by the Kepler satellite network. These files cannot be used yet.
- outgoing: files placed in this folder will be queued to be uploaded to the Kepler satellite network to be transmitted to your remote site.
- outgoing_completed: completed files that have been successfully sent to your remote site. Please clear these files as needed to free up space.
- outgoing_in_progress [read only]: partial files being relayed by the Kepler satellite network. These files are not yet accessible at the remote site.
Use the upload and download buttons or click & drag files in/out as needed:
- Download from the “incoming_completed” folder
- Upload to the “outgoing” folder