Administration of the unit and the web pages.
Change password - Change password for user currently logged in. Enter the password twice, and press "Change".
Language - Select web page language, and press "Change".
By saving the settings to a file on your computer you will have a good backup. Should you loose your settings you can later restore from that file.
Backup to file - Save most settings to your PC. The security settings are not included, these could be backuped using the "Security Settings", "Import/Export Profile".
Restore from file - Get settings (excluding the security settings) from a file, previously stored with "Backup to file". You will need to reboot the unit to use the newly restored settings.
Syslog server - Enter an IP address if the system log should be sent to an external "syslog" server. The firewall log
may be sent too, check the "Security Settings". You will need to reboot the unit to use the feature.
Get time from SNTP server - If you want your system and firewall logs to record actual time instead of time since power-on, you can use an SNTP server to automatically get the current time, and keep the unit's own clock synchronised with it.
An SNTP server tells the current time to clients asking it. SNTP servers are very accurate, and there are many of them available on the Internet for free. For a list of SNTP servers available, visit ntp.org
Enter the URL or IP address of the SNTP server you want to use, and enter how often the system clock should be compared against that server (recommended value: 45 min).
Time zone adjust - Usually SNTP servers tell Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). If you live in a different time zone, you might have to adjust the hours of the clock.
Time adjust format is +/- hours. The date, minutes and seconds do not need to be adjusted. However, if you still want to adjust minutes and seconds, you can append them separated with colon (:)
The watchdog continuously monitors unit performance and performs automatic activities if any errors are detected.
Collect debug information - collects information about the problem occurred and stores it in internal memory.
and reboot - reboots the unit automatically to ensure continuous functionality.
now - pressing this button collects and stores debug information immediately regardles of watchdog state. No reboot is made.
Save to file - exports debug information stored away last time the watchdog became activated to a PC file. (Visible only if there is stored away information.)
Debug messages in system log - Check this for support matters only.
Administrator's Page - Setup access to these web pages.
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