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Simple Setup

Less than 5 Minutes  

Connect Hardware

We’ve designed setup to be quick and easy.
If you make a mistake, simply disconnect your StingBox and start over.

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1. Connect StingBox to Your Network

You can use the little yellow ethernet cable to plug into the back of your network router or anywhere you have an open RJ45 Jack on the network you want to monitor.

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2. Connect StingBox Charger to Power

Plug the charger cord into your StingBox and then plug the charger into any 110v outlet.

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3. Look for Flashing Lights to Verify Setup

If your StingBox is properly connected to your network and is recieving power, you will be able to see little flashing lights next to the Ethernet connector on your StingBox.

If those lights are flashing, you can now proceed to set-up your StngBox Dashboard and Alerts.

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Setup Alerts

Click the Log-In/Register link at StingBox.com and follow the instructions online. Or use the instructions below to guide you. 

Once you are registered, log-in.
Than add your StingBox and then tell us where to send  alerts. 

1. Register at https://StingBox.com

Register Here:  https://StingBox.com/

This is also where you will go to access your dashboard and view alerts.

The register link is located below the regular access log-in.

You should register using an email address that we can use to contact you.

Once registered, sign-in and add your StingBox to your account.

Then you can can add email addresses, phone numbers and SMS numbers of people you want to receive these alerts.

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2. Log-in and Add Your StingBox(s)

Log-In Here:  https://StingBox.com/

Then look for the arrow to add a Sting-Box to your account.

On the bottom of your StingBox you will see a sticker. Use this code to add your StingBox.

Please keep this code confidential. 
While StingBox never has access to any data on your network, it does display a detailed network map that should be kept private.

Once your StingBox, or multiple StingBoxes, have been added, you can then add email addresses, phone numbers and SMS numbers of you and/or your security team to recieve these alerts.

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3. Configure your Alerts

 

Log-in and click on the section Manage Alert Methods

Here you can add the email addresses and phone mumbers and SMS numbers of you and any security team members or Managed Service Providers you work with.

MSP’s and Security Professionals can view all the StingBoxes they monitor on a single dashboard. You can configure all alerts from a single dashboard, or they can each register and manage their own.

As always, for security, it is best to limit access to yourself and key members of your security team.

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