Allow remote HTTPS access by CLI

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    Hi,

    I´ve installed ZS on a remote dedicated server, managed by KVM. I,ve configured IPs/GW, and the server has correct connectivity to/from Internet.

    I want to enable remote SSH/HTTPS access, but I can´t do this through local HTTP GUI, (I currently have only acces by KVM console CLI)

    Which commands should I type to allow remote https access on my WAN eth1 interface? When I can access at first time, I´ll adjust security policies.

    Thanks

    #53840

    iptables -I SYS_HTTPS 1 -j ACCEPT

    With this command I can access HTTPS. So when I´m inside, I can configure remote web access from web interface 😉

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