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  1. LINUX ONLY: Stop the server before doing any change. This is not required on macOS nor Windows.

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    If you omit this step on Linux, the old port will still be kept open in the firewall until you close it manually or reboot the server.


    • Open a terminal and type:

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      sudo fwcontrol server stop


  2. Open the folder where the Apache configuration is located:
    • Windows: C:\Program Files (x86)\FileWave\Apache\conf
    • macOS and Linux: /usr/local/filewave/apache/conf

  3. Copy "httpd_webadmin.conf.example" to "httpd_webadmin.conf".

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    httpd_webadmin.conf.example is ignored by Apache and will be overwritten on the next server upgrade. On the other hand, httpd_webadmin.conf will be preserved across server upgrades.



  4. If you just want to serve the web console on port 20440443, you can omit this step. Otherwise:
    1. Open httpd_webadmin.conf in a text editor.
    2. Locate the following line:

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      Define WEB_ADMIN_PORT 443


    3. Change the port number from 443 to whatever port you want to use such as 20440.

  5. Start/restart the server:
    • Windows: open a command prompt and type:

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      fwcontrol server restart


    • macOS and Linux: open a terminal and type:

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      sudo fwcontrol server restart