The Services menu contains items which control services provided by daemons running on the firewall.
- Auto Config Backup
Configures the automatic configuration backup service which optionally uploads encrypted configuration backups for secure off-site backups.
- Captive portal
Controls the Captive Portal service which directs users to a web page for authentication before permitting Internet access.
See Captive Portal.
- DHCP relay
Configures the DHCP relay service which proxies DHCP requests from one network segment to another.
- DHCP server
Configures the DHCP service which provides automatic IP address configuration for clients.
See DHCPv4 Server.
- DHCPv6 Relay
Configures the DHCP relay service for IPv6 which proxies DHCPv6 requests from one network segment to another.
- DHCPv6 Server
Configures the DHCP service for IPv6 which provides automatic IPv6 address configuration for clients.
See DHCPv6 Server.
- DNS Forwarder
Configures the built-in caching DNS forwarder.
See DNS Forwarder.
- DNS Resolver
Configures the built-in caching DNS resolver.
See DNS Resolver.
- Dynamic DNS
Configures Dynamic DNS services (“dyndns”) which updates a remote name server when the WAN IP address of this firewall changes.
See Dynamic DNS.
- IGMP Proxy
Configures the Interior Group Management Protocol proxy for passing multicast traffic between interfaces.
See IGMP Proxy.
Configures the Network Time Protocol server daemon.
- PPPoE Server
Configures the PPPoE server which accepts and authenticates connections from PPPoE clients on local networks.
See PPPoE Server.
- Router Advertisement
Configures IPv6 Router Advertisement behavior which provides IPv6 routing and address configuration for clients.
Configures the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) daemon to allow network-based collection of statistics from this firewall.
- UPnP & NAT-PMP
Configures the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) & NAT Port Mapping Protocol service which automatically configures NAT and firewall rules for devices which support the UPnP or NAT-PMP standards. This menu entry only appears when the firewall contains more than one assigned interface.
See UPnP & NAT-PMP.
- Wake on LAN
Configures Wake on LAN entries which remotely wake up local client devices.
See Wake on LAN.