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2 minute read.Last Modified 2023-11-30 10:15 EST
|GUI SSL Certificate
|The system uses a self-signed certificate to enable encrypted web interface connections. To change the default certificate, select a different certificate that was created or imported in the Certificates menu.
|Web Interface IPv4 Address
|Choose a recent IP address to limit the usage when accessing the administrative GUI. The built-in HTTP server binds to the wildcard address of 0.0.0.0 (any address) and issues an alert if the specified address becomes unavailable.
|Web Interface IPv6 Address
|Choose a recent IPv6 address to limit the usage when accessing the administrative GUI. The built-in HTTP server binds to the wildcard address of 0.0.0.0 (any address) and issues an alert if the specified address becomes unavailable.
|Web Interface HTTP Port
|Allow configuring a non-standard port to access the GUI over HTTP. Changing this setting might require changing a Firefox configuration setting.
|Web Interface HTTPS Port
|Allow configuring a non-standard port to access the GUI over HTTPS.
|Cryptographic protocols for securing client/server connections. Select which Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions TrueNAS can use for connection security.
|Web Interface HTTP -> HTTPS Redirect
|Redirect HTTP connections to HTTPS. A GUI SSL Certificate is required for HTTPS. Activating this also sets the HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) maximum age to 31536000 seconds (one year). This means that after a browser connects to the web interface for the first time, the browser continues to use HTTPS and renews this setting every year.
|Select a language from the drop-down menu.
|Choose a date format.
|Console Keyboard Map
|Select a keyboard layout.
|Select a time zone.
|Choose a time format.
|Send failed HTTP request data which can include client and server IP addresses, failed method call tracebacks, and middleware log file contents to iXsystems.
|Enable sending anonymous usage statistics to iXsystems.
SAVE CONFIG: Saves a backup copy of the current configuration database in the format hostname-version-architecture.
UPLOAD CONFIG: Browse to a previously saved configuration file to restore that configuration.
RESET CONFIG: Reset the configuration database to the default base version.