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Booster Setup

Boosters

Everything you need to set up your Booster Environment

FileWave
Boosters

FileWave Boosters Improved Server Message Routing (15.3+)

Boosters

What FileWave 11 introduced Booster Routing, a feature that allows off-loading direct traffic to the server by routing messages via Booster. This feature provides additional security if you only allow boosters to connect to your server and have all your devic...

FileWave
Boosters
FileWave Version
15.3.x

Booster System Requirements

Boosters Booster Setup

Requirements As of May 2023 v15.0.1 the below are supported for running Boosters, but for updated information always consult the specific release on the Downloads Page. The FileWave Booster can also be installed on a Virtual Machine. macOS 12, 13 (Intel an...

FileWave
Boosters

Booster Overview

Boosters

Introduction A Booster in the context of FileWave is a critical component designed to scale the management of devices within a network. It is a server component that can be installed on macOS, Windows, and Linux systems and is used to distribute data from the...

FileWave
Boosters

Booster Deployment Planning

Boosters

Planning Scalability is largely determined by how many devices can be maintained simultaneously in a managed environment. A standalone FileWave Server can support a limited number of devices. Linux and macOS-based FileWave Servers can support between 1000-150...

FileWave
Boosters

Networking - Assign static IP Address for a FileWave Booster Appliance

Boosters Troubleshooting

For the Linux based Booster if you cannot use the port https://server:10000 to change network setting please follow the instructions below: Debian Linux Debian Linux Changing the IP address in Debian 12, which uses systemd-networkd for network management,...

CentOS
Debian
FileWave
Boosters

Booster Monitor and Configuration Settings

Boosters Booster Setup

Booster Monitor When you first launch Booster Monitor, it will attempt to connect to the Booster at the default address of 127.0.0.1 with the assumption that you are running the monitor on the system you installed it on. You can change that address to any v...

FileWave
Boosters

FileWave Server should not have IPv6 enabled

FileWave Server Troubleshooting

What Enabling IPv6 on FileWave Server, Boosters, or IVS could lead to unexpected networking issues. IPv6 is a complex networking protocol that, while supported on macOS and Linux operating systems, is not optimized for use with FileWave. Therefore, it's recom...

FileWave
IVS
FileWave
Server
FileWave
Boosters
CentOS
Debian

FileWave Server on CentOS - EOL

End of Life Statements

As FileWave continues to develop our industry-leading multi-platform solution, our primary goal is to make it as simple, stable, and scalable as possible. With the End of Life of CentOS on June 30th 2024, beginning with 15.2.0, the FileWave Server will be ship...

FileWave
Server
FileWave
IVS
FileWave
Boosters
CentOS
Debian
FileWave Version
15.4.x
FileWave Version
15.3.x
EOL
FileWave Version
15.2.x

Booster Installation

Boosters Booster Setup

Description Booster software is compatible with either macOS, Windows or Debian.  All necessary installers or appliances can be found on the current download pages: FileWave Software Downloads Installers Debian Linux has two options.  FileWave provides (as...

FileWave
Boosters