Device - HTTPs Web Configurator Tunnels

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Device - HTTPs Web Configurator Tunnels

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Operating the Web Configurator Redirecting Tunnel

You have 1 main requirements for this feature to work.
  • The PC you are using to access the Automate Control Center and this plugin must be a part of your Automate environment. This means it needs to have an installed and functional agent running for redirectors to operate correctly with your PC.
The Web Configurator function allows you to open up a SOCKS tunnel between you and an end agent able to access the web portal at the location of the firewall. This tunnel is proxied by the ConnectWise provided and hosted proxy servers and is a built in function of Automate.

Here is how it works.



Launch the Redirection control

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Select to manage Firewall and give some type of consent when prompted

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Give it a few seconds to connect, accept the SSL error notice.

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Go ahead and log in when page is loaded

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You should now be logged in and able to use the interface.
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Once completed close the Web browser and then close the tunnel using the close control

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