Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : System Config Tab : System Config > Web

System Config > Web
Configure the Media Flow Manager Web-based interface options.
Web UI Configuration
Set parameters for the Media Flow Controller Web-based interface:
Enable Web Configuration—This allows configurations through the Management Console.
Auto Logout Timeout—Control the length of user inactivity required before the Management Console automatically logs out a user.
Enable HTTP and set an HTTP Port, de-select to disable HTTP.
Enable HTTPS and set an HTTPS Port, de-select to disable HTTPS.
Web Session Renewal—Control the length of time before Web session cookies are automatically regenerated.
Web Session Timeout—Configure time after which a session expires.
Click Apply to complete operation; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. You can also Generate New HTTPS Certificate by clicking that button. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots. See Figure 30.
Figure 30 System Config > Web Page Detail (Web UI Configuration)
Web Proxy Configuration
Set parameters for the Media Flow Controller Web-based interface when proxied:
Web Proxy address—Specify a proxy to be used for any HTTP or FTP downloads.
Web Proxy port—If no port is specified, the default is 1080.
Authentication type—Configure the type of authentication to be used with a Web proxy; either None or Basic.
Basic auth username—If your authenticating with Basic HTTP authentication, enter a username and a ...
Basic auth password for that user.
Click Apply to complete operation; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots. See Figure 31.
Figure 31 System Config > Web Page Detail (Web Proxy Configuration)

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