In Server Manager (Click 'Configure' > 'General'), the General Settings page contains options for Connection Timeouts, Network detection, Proxy and Update Notification settings.
|Use idle connection timeout (seconds)||Controls whether idle connections should be terminated after a period of inactivity.|
|Use HTTP/S web client idle session timeout (seconds)||Controls how long (in seconds) a web client session can remain idle before the session becomes invalid and the user has to login again.|
Controls general network settings.
|Autodetect WAN IP at Startup||If enabled, Cerberus will attempt to detect the external address that Internet computers see for connecting to the network this machine is located on. This is usually the external router address. Enabling this option is important for ensuring passive connections work correctly.|
|Add to Windows Firewall Exception List||If selected, Cerberus FTP Server will attempt to add itself to the Windows Firewall Exception list. This setting is disabled on operating systems that do not support the Windows Firewall (Windows 2000 and below).|
|Detect IPv6 Addresses||If selected, Cerberus FTP Server will attempt to detect any IPv6 addresses that the system has initialized. You can leave this setting disabled if you are not using IPv6.|
|Detect Local Addresses||If selected, the server will bind to the IPv4 loopback addresses 127.0.0.1, and (if IPv6 is enabled) the ::1 loopback address.|
|Enable Geolocation||To enable geolocation, signup for a free account at ipstack.com and enter your API Access Key here.|
|Address||Proxy address for checking for and downloading updates.|
|Port||Proxy port for checking for and downloading updates.|
Controls Cerberus update frequency and notification settings.
|Check for Updates||Controls how often the server will check for updates. Possible values are: Never, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.|
|Suppress Desktop Connection Notification Popup||If unchecked, Cerberus will display a small notification window on the bottom-right corner of the desktop whenever a user attempts to login to the server.|