More about the web interface here https://help.firewalla.com/hc/en-us/articles/360052779253-The-Firewalla-Web-Interface
To access: https://my.firewalla.com
Per-device management for WireGuard VPN clients
Devices that are connected to the Firewalla WireGuard VPN server, can now be managed just like local devices. The VPN devices will be shown on the Devices list, and just like local devices, you can click on a VPN device to view the network flows, basic info and apply any rules or features individually.
This feature is available for Wireguard VPN devices only. OpenVPN devices may still be managed as a whole VPN network.
Support Firewalla Purple (Beta)
Firewalla Purple is our next-generation smart firewall for home and work, that's simple to use, powerful and affordable. The Web interface now fully supports Firewalla purple, you can log in to https://my.firewalla.com to view the dashboard and manage your Purple with a much bigger screen.
- Blocked stats
- View the blocked flows
- Able to add domain/IP address to a target list from the Flows table directly
- Able to create up to 20 target lists, and up to 200 targets per list.
- Fixed the issue of Box online/offline status not being updated correctly when the Internet connection is not stable.
- Fixed incorrect search results of the device list.
- Fixed the issue of failing to select all searching results correctly when clicking "Select All".
- Fixed display issue of box monitoring mode.
- Fixed missing data on the flow list & flow detail page.
- Fixed localization issues that cause incorrect display.
- Fixed styling issues including text overlapping, padding, and alignment inconsistencies.
- Fixed styling issues across platforms (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox).
- Fixed responsive issues on Devices, Rules, Groups, and Target List tables.
- Fixed the issue of searching by certain attributes don't work on the flows UI.
- Fixed the issue of incorrect destination port and protocol in flow details.
- Fixed some typos on the UI.
Does the Per-device management for WireGuard VPN clients include port forwarding?
It's supported in the backend, but not supported in the app.
May I know why you want this feature? You are the first person, as I'm aware of, asking for this.
I run multiple application servers that need a public IP address and run on the same port. My other option would be to add another device (like a raspberry pi) that connects to the VPN server and then configure the port forwarding that way. (seems redundant given this box) ... perhaps through the SSH access on this, I could configure it, but that's not ideal. GL.iNet servers allow this easily on their FW configs, you can chose the VPN_Service (vs. WAN) to forward to a specific port of a connected client.
Thanks for the info. I'll take a note and forward it to the team.
How can we stay logged into the web portal? Not a fan of periodically scanning the QR code. Requesting an option to stay logged in on trusted devices/browsers.
Would also appreciate to stay logged on! Annoying task to scan QR code.
I totally agree here as well.
An option to stay logged in on trusted devices would be good.
I love the product, but I have to admit that performing network configuration on the IOS app is excruciatingly painful (Like using RDP on the phone to edit mac address on Windows servers).
IMHO, the web interface should be the primary interface.
I can't login anymore. I keep getting timed out from the iPhone when trying and the web interface says
Box Firewalla is unreachable
You have lost connection to box Firewalla.
Last updated at 11/5/2022 3:58 AM.
Everything seems to be working fine on the phone but not the web. I can't restart now due to working so if that is the solution it will have to wait.
@David, I created a ticket for you, we will follow up
I tend to use the Web interface as the first port of call. If I can’t do what I want I then revert to the iOS App. You initially stated that the Web Interface would be a good way to quickly test new features. How about the ability to manually add devices or at the very least change the IP that Firewalla DHCP allocated? It’s a pretty basic feature for a router and has been requested on various threads since Firewalla was first released.
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