the conf file for HTTPS access

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    JC
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    One of my old ZS routers where I used to work has been edited by another admin and the changes not documented, the access IP’s have been changed so there is no longer web access to it. Where is the file located so I can edit it?
    thanks
    JC

    #52198

    redfive
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    If you are on site , maybe by a console connection , is possible through the command
    iptables -L
    take a look , in the input chain , about the ip address and http/https ports allowed for web gui , and eventually change them

    #52199

    JC
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    Hi Redfive, I will be on site sometime in the very near future.
    Thanks, I didn’t even think to look there… D’uh *facepalm*. Now I know exactly what is required to regain access to that system, I just hope the admin didn’t change the pass to one that is unknown, but I will cross that bridge when I get to it, hehe, after all the system is only as secure as the room it is in.
    Again thanks!
    JC

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