Enable, disable, and configure settings associated with the four different network-accessible processes that can run on your server: web server, SSH daemon, SNMP daemon, and SOCKS proxy.
SNMP Server tab
Enable or disable the use of an SNMP agent at your server, define the community names and the port setting used for SNMP access to monitored devices, and identify the contact and location information for the server.
SOCKS Proxy tab
Enable or disable the server's built-in SOCKS v5 proxy server. This proxy server, which uses port 1080, allows users with proxy access to access devices that reside on the private DHCP LAN, by accessing the server from the public LAN.
SSH Server tab
Enable Secure Shell (SSH), a program that provides strong authentication and secure communications over insecure channels. SSH is used to log into a server on the network from a command line to execute commands.
Select SSH is currently running to allow SSH access to the Data Center Expert server.
Select SSH starts at boot time to start SSH whenever the server is turned on or rebooted.
Note: Your Data Center Expert server supports SSH connections, but this support is primarily intended for use with APC support guidance in troubleshooting device issues.
Web Server tab
HTTP and HTTPS settings
Enable or disable HTTP and HTTPS web communication and identify the IP port the server uses for each type of communication.
Note: Enabling and disabling HTTP or HTTPS access, or changing the ports used, can prevent devices from providing data to your Data Center Expert server.
Note: IP ports 1 - 65535 are valid, with the exception of ports 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 123, 161, 162, and 389. These are ports reserved for use by NetBotz appliances and by well-known protocols. Using these reserved ports creates a conflict that can result in operational difficulties.
Web server: Select one or more protocols for use with the web server: SSLv3, TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2. SSLv3 is disabled by default.
Private proxy: Select only one protocol for use with the private proxy: SSLv3, TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2. TLSv1 is enabled by default.
Manage (add, edit, or delete) the current Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate used for HTTPS communication.
Modify Certificate: Access the "Modify Server SSL Certificate" wizard to add or create a new certificate. This option is only enabled when the default, self-signed SSL certificate is in use.
Delete Signed Certificate: Remove a signed 3rd-party SSL certificate and revert back to using the default SSL certificate generated by the Data Center Expert server.This option is only enabled when the default, self-signed SSL certificate has been replaced by a 3rd-party certificate.