Warning! Wrong network settings can cause converter to be inaccessible. Always check your changes before saving!
Allows user to define one or more IP addresses on which will be converter available.
List of DNS servers.
IP address in standard IPv4 format with prefix (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/nnn).
for example.: address 192.168.0.202 with netmask 255.255.255.0 will be written as 192.168.0.202/24
Gives user total control of network settings. This option is designed for advanced linux users.
Configuration file description is available here.
Backup manager is located in top part of the screen. Here are shown available configurations for export.
Selected configurations will be included in exported file.
Restore manager is located in bottom part of the screen.
Here will be shown configurations contained in backup file after its successful upload to server.
Then it is possible to select or deselect required configurations to restore.
Application restart is required after restore.
Enables VPN connection by using OpenVPN protocol.
Details about configuration are available here.
In the left side of the screen is located configuration file editor with buttons for uploading certificates.
In the right side of the screen are located buttons for managing service with displayed service log.
OpenVPN requires correct system time in order to verify certificates.
Uploaded certificate is automatically renamed to match certificate name of pressed upload button.
System updates can be installed only manually by downloading update file from internet or by manually uploading update file.
You will be prompted if new update is available.
Update will restart application or may even require to restart whole device.
After successful application update you can proceed with modules update.
Displays message buffer of linux kernel - same as dmesg command.