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Here, all settings for the network are located. This section offers options to configure the Advanced Proxy and other tools with an easy to use graphical user interface.
|Zone Configuration||Assign network interfaces to zones (Native or VLAN). You can also change a zone's operation mode (Default, Bridge or MacVTap).|
|Web Proxy||The Advanced Proxy Server can be configured here. There are several plugins for the proxy, such as the URL Filter and Update Accelerator|
|URL Filter||Allows web traffic to be blocked based on category|
|Update Accelerator||Caches software updates and delivers them to your clients with full LAN speed|
|DHCP Server||Automatically assign IP addresses for new internal Clients (Required for most installations)|
|Captive Portal||Our captive portal is a web page which appears to new connected users before they are able to connect to your network.|
|Connection Scheduler||is able to disconnect and reconnect the red connection at given times or change the connection profile itself.|
|Edit Hosts||Assign names to Clients so you can access them by name, instead of only using an IP address (internal DNS)|
|Assign DNS Server||Set the DNS server for your red interface, useful if your red0 interface doesn't use DHCP.|
|DNS Forwarding||Forward requests for certain domains to a specified domain name server.|
|Static Routes||Configure access to network routed subnets. Connect to orange or blue interface.|
|Assign MAC Address||Change the MAC address on red0. Useful for cable modems and other equipment that binds to a specific MAC address.|
|Wake On LAN||Power up computers which are configured for Wake on LAN.|