For the GUI, In the Configuration> User Interface, specify the IP:Port instead of just the port:
For SSH, there are you two ways i can think of.
You can edit the /etc/ssh/sshd_config (in the Configuration>File Editor in the GUI) and set the ListenAddress for the NIC you want to listen on and add a parameters:
To specify the allowed users that can logon. if you have other ssh usernames, add them.
The other way is to activate the Network Protetion firewall to only allow specific traffic to specific services. Be careful with this so as not to inadvertantly lock yourself out with a Deny All rule.
The configuration would look something like this:
Would this sample rulset, I noticed you included the typical proxy port, https admin port, and SSH. Would you also have to include the authentication proxy port, and if in centralized management, centralized mgmt port from each member in the cluster (TCP 12346)??
Hi e2, i use Network Protection Rules and it's working fine! thanks for your help...by the way are those rules created on the iptables file???
the Network Protection uses Iptables, that is correct. The config from the GUI is written into your current storage container, and from there synched to the OS.