Configuring Advanced Settings
The advanced settings page contains options for passive mode, running as a Windows Service, network buffers, and power management.
Send and Receive Buffers
These settings control the size of the buffers used for data transfers. Cerberus will read and write packets of this size for send and receive operations.
|Socket Send||Specifies the total per-socket buffer space reserved for sends. This value is in bytes.|
|Socket Receive||Specifies the total per-socket buffer space reserved for receives. This value is in bytes.|
|FTP Send||The size of the send buffer used for reading file data and writing data to the network for unencrypted FTP transfers, in bytes|
|FTP Receive||The size of the receive buffer for reading network data and writing data to files for unencrypted FTP transfers, in bytes.|
Windows Advanced Settings
These settings are only available on Windows NT and higher.
|Respond to power management events||If enabled, Cerberus will attempt to gracefully shutdown and startup in response to power suspend and resume events. May allow more graceful recovery from suspending and resuming the system.|
|Shutdown Server when Windows is shutting down||Detects operating system shutdown or restarts and tries to gracefully terminate all connections and ensure all server settings are saved.|
|Try Alternative Active Directory Group Check||Uses an older method of checking an AD Active Directory user's group information. This fallback method may work in some situations when Cerberus cannot reliably detect all of the groups an AD user is a direct member of.|
Interface Advanced Settings
These are advanced settings for Interfaces
|Undetected IP Address||If Cerberus fails to detect an IP Address, you can input the undetected IP address here. A service restart is required after adding the IP.|