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    Default Changing the default SSL port

    Can I change the default SSL port from 443 to something else, and still use the command center? It seems the remote access only works when the admin port is 443. Is there a way to update the command center to use the new SSL port?

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    Are you referring to HTTPS admin gui? If so yes, it can be changed in Config -> Network -> Services. And yes, Command Center does not depend on the HTTPs port.
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    So is there a reason the remote access times out when the admin port is not 443, but does connect when it is 443? I've changed it back and forth several times to verify this is what is happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myp2132 View Post
    So is there a reason the remote access times out when the admin port is not 443, but does connect when it is 443? I've changed it back and forth several times to verify this is what is happening.
    HTTPS is not used for Command Center, it is a completely different mechanism and port.
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    Ok. Something is blocking access. I'm able to reboot the machine from command center, but I can't remote access it. i get a "This site can’t be reached" message in the browser.

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