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Differences in Revisions: The Web Interface

removed tripwire reference
# The Web Interface
 
The IPFire Web User Interface (also called web interface or webUI) is a frontend to configure IPFire. It provides an easy way to access all settings, install and configure add-ons and view logs as well as graphical reports.
 
The first step to start configuring IPFire is to [login to the web user interface](./login).
 
The web user interface is split into areas of configuration, status and logs.
 
 
## System menu
 
The [](./system) menu includes basic settings of the operating system.
 
[![](configuration/menu_system.png)](./system)
 
 
## Status menu
 
The [](configuration/status) menu includes graphs and status reports on various parts of the system.
 
[![](configuration/menu_status.png)](configuration/status)
 
 
## Network menu
 
The [](/configuration/network) menu includes all settings for the network, options to configure the Advanced Proxy and other tools with an easy to use graphical user interface.
 
[![](/configuration/menu_network.png)](/configuration/network)
 
 
## Services menu
 
The [](/configuration/services) menu includes settings for secure access, time service, and intrusion detection.
 
[![](configuration/services_menu.png)](/configuration/services)
 
 
## Firewall menu
 
The [Firewall](/configuration/firewall) menu includes settings for . . .
 
[![](configuration/firewall_menu.png)](/configuration/firewall)
 
* [](../configuration/firewall)
 
| [![](/icons/edit-find-replace.png)](./firewall/accesstoblue) | [Access to Blue](./firewall/accesstoblue) | The access to the Internet over WLAN can be granted at Access to Blue. |
| [![](/icons/edit-find-replace.png)](./firewall/iptables) | [IP-Tables](./firewall/iptables) | iptables are the tables provided by the Linux kernel firewall (implemented as different Netfilter modules) and the chains and rules it stores. Different kernel modules and programs are currently used for different protocols. |
 
 
## IPFire menu
 
At the beginning of the section "IPFire" you can find the menupoint [Pakfire](./ipfire/pakfire) in your sidebar. In the left column, all available [Addons](../addons) can be found. Already installed addons are located in the right column. The addons Samba, Tripwire and Mpfire have an own Webgui to configure and control them in the sidebar.
At the beginning of the section "IPFire" you can find the menupoint [Pakfire](./ipfire/pakfire) in your sidebar. In the left column, all available [Addons](../addons) can be found. Already installed addons are located in the right column. The addons Samba and Mpfire have an own Webgui to configure and control.
 
[![](/configuration/ipfire_menu.png)](/configuration/ipfire/pakfire)
 
 
## Logs menu
 
The [](/configuration/logs) menu includes a graphical or text-based overview of the IPFire log files.
 
[![](/configuration/log_menu.png)](/configuration/logs)