You can find the β€œSettings” option from the dropdown menu by clicking the profile info on the website header. Click on it to move to the Settings Page.

The Settings "Dashboard" for the MicroZAccess Web Dashboard provides different view options that can be toggled on or off. Here is an explanation of each view option:

  1. Commercial View: Enabling this option allows you to add an amount for each interface, making it easier to track internet expenses related to those interfaces. This view provides functionality for financial tracking.

  2. Usage Graph: When this option is enabled, you can see a real-time traffic graph displaying the usage of all online interfaces. This view helps you monitor and analyze the traffic patterns.

  3. VPN Status: Enabling this option displays the current status of the VPN (Virtual Private Network). You can see whether the VPN is active or inactive.

  4. WAN 3: This view shows the status of WAN 3. It is important to note that you should only enable this option if you have configured WAN 3 in your network setup. This view specifically provides information about the third wide area network (WAN) interface.

  5. VPN Dashboard: Enabling this option displays a dedicated dashboard specifically designed for managing and monitoring the VPN. This view provides a comprehensive overview of the VPN configuration and status.

These view options allow you to customize the MicroZAccess Web Dashboard according to your specific needs and preferences. You can toggle them on or off based on the information and functionalities you want to access and monitor.

The navigation panel in the Settings window includes the following options:

  1. Dashboard: This option allows you to navigate back to the main dashboard.

  2. Security: Clicking on the "Security" option expands a submenu with three additional options:

    • TOTP: This option is related to Two-Factor Authentication using Time-Based One-Time Password.

    • Email: This option is related to configuring email settings for notifications or account-related actions.

    • Single Sign-On: This option allows for configuring Single Sign-On authentication methods.

  3. Profile/Users: This option is used to manage and update your user profile information.

The TOTP (Time-Based One-Time Password) screen in the Settings window allows you to set up Two-Factor Authentication using a Time-Based One-Time Password. The screen provides a "Next" button, which, upon clicking, takes you to the next step.

In the subsequent screen, you will be presented with a QR code. To proceed with the setup, you need to use Google Authenticator. Open the authenticator app on your device and scan the QR code provided on the screen. The app will generate a unique pin-code.

Once you have scanned the QR code and obtained the pin-code from the authenticator app, enter the pin-code in the field provided on the screen. This step completes the setup of Two-Factor Authentication using TOTP. From this point forward, when logging in or performing certain actions, you will be prompted to enter the generated one-time password along with your regular credentials for added security.

In the Email section of the Security options, you can set up Two-Factor Authentication using email. After clicking "Next," the system will send a verification pin to your registered email address. You will be redirected to a new page where you can enter the received pin code in the provided field to complete the setup process. This ensures an additional layer of security by requiring both your regular credentials and the verification pin sent to your email for authentication purposes.

In the Single Sign-On (SSO) section of the Security options, you can set up SAML SSO. To enable SAML SSO, you need to toggle on the SSO Provider you want. You will be provided with a form specific to the IDP you choose.

Once you have filled in these details, you can save the configuration, and your SSO setup will be completed. This allows users to authenticate and access the MicroZAccess Web Dashboard using their SSO credentials from the configured IDP provider, enhancing security and convenience for users. The Detailed step by step procedure is discussed later in this Documentation under the title " Identity Providers".

In the Profile/Users page, you can view and manage detailed profile information, including:

  1. Customer Name: Displays the name of the customer associated with the profile.

  2. Login Email: Shows the email address used for login, and provides an option to change the password if needed.

  3. First Name: Displays the first name of the user.

  4. Last Name: Displays the last name of the user.

  5. Role: Specifies the role or access level assigned to the user.

  6. Your Time Zone: Indicates the time zone configured for the user's interface.

  7. Account Time Zone: Shows the time zone associated with the user's account.

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