The Web node controls whether HTTP/S services are enabled and the ports they are running on.  By enabling the HTTP/S service(s) users may use the web based MFT Server Web Client to perform file transfers.  All domains share the same HTTP/S service settings.

 

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Web Server

 

HTTP on host - The host and port you want to enable HTTP service on.  This will also be used for client REST services.

 

HTTPS on host - The host and port you want to enable HTTPS service on.  This will also be used for client REST services.

 

REST HTTP on host - The host and port you want to enable REST management services on.

 

REST HTTPS on host - The host and port you want to enable REST management services on.

 

HTTPS

 

Private key - The SSL encryption key to be used for HTTPS services.

 

Theme - The color theme used for the buttons, menus, tabs, and other GUI elements.

 

HTTPS client certificate required - Requires that client browser successfully identify itself with a client certificate found in "Client keys" section of Key Manager.

 

SSL/TLS negotiation allowed - If enabled clients will be allowed to renegotiate SSL/TLS sessions.

 

SSL/TLS Ciphers - List of enabled SSL ciphers for HTTPS communications.

 

Connections

 

Server name - Optional value if entered will replace any HTTP headers that contain hostname data with specified hostname.  This is useful in cases where server operates behind a NAT enabled firewall and you do not want to leak internal hostname or IP address information.

 

Session timeout - The amount of time after which to close inactive HTTP/S sessions.

 

Redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS - Automatically redirects HTTP requests to HTTP.

 

Include service ports in HTTP/S headers - If enabled, service ports will be included in HTTP/S headers.  These may be disabled in cases where HTTP/S services are running on non-standard ports with some sort of port forwarding firewall located in front of server.

 

Enable HTTP Strict Security Transport (HSTS) - If enabled, HSTS will be enabled.

 

UI

 

User interface - Sets what user interface options are available from login page.

 

Default domain - Defaults domain field to specified value when logging in via web interface.

 

Hide domain - Hides domain field when logging in via web interface.  If this option is checked then a default domain MUST be provided.

 

Show domain dropdown - If enable a drop-down list of available domains will be shown on login page.

 

Show lost password link - If enabled the "Lost password" link will be displayed on web interface login page allowing user to reset their password via email.

 

CAPTCHA on login - If checked, user will be required to enter a CAPTCHA on login.

 

Self Registration

 

Show user registration link - If enabled, the user registration link will be displayed on the main login page, allowing users to self-register user accounts.

 

Use email as login - If enabled, users will not be prompted for a username when self-registering, instead it will use their email address as their login when creating their account.

 

 

See also

 

Web based file transfers

 

 

 





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