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Changing administrative access

Administrative access defines the protocols that can be used to connect to the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient through an interface. The available options are: HTTPS, HTTP, PING, SSH, SNMP, and Web Service.

To change administrative access:
  1. Go to System Settings > Network and click All Interfaces. The interface list opens.
  2. Double-click on a port, right-click on a port then select Edit from the pop-up menu, or select a port then click Edit in the toolbar. The Edit System Interface pane is displayed.
  3. Select one or more access protocols for the interface for IPv4 and IPv6, if applicable.
  4. Click OK to apply your changes.

Changing administrative access

Administrative access defines the protocols that can be used to connect to the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient through an interface. The available options are: HTTPS, HTTP, PING, SSH, SNMP, and Web Service.

To change administrative access:
  1. Go to System Settings > Network and click All Interfaces. The interface list opens.
  2. Double-click on a port, right-click on a port then select Edit from the pop-up menu, or select a port then click Edit in the toolbar. The Edit System Interface pane is displayed.
  3. Select one or more access protocols for the interface for IPv4 and IPv6, if applicable.
  4. Click OK to apply your changes.