Gateway Administrator Properties File
You can use the Gateway Administrator properties file to modify the configurable settings listed below. It is located in the FileXpress Gateway installation folder in the GatewayAdministrator\conf subfolder. The default location is:
The ssl-enabled port used to configure clustering. The ConfigServer command line utility uses this port to communicate to Gateway Administrators when you add instances to a cluster, remove instances from a cluster, or list instances a cluster. This is disabled (0) by default. Set this value to 43000 to support a Gateway Administrator cluster. If you specify a number other than 43000, the port number must be specified in the ConfigServer command line.
Specifies whether data replication is supported between multiple instances of a Gateway Administrator cluster. Allowed values are true or false. The default is false.
The port used for data replication between members of a Gateway Administrator cluster. This setting must be the same across all instances of Gateway Administrator within the cluster. The default is 8846.
Set this option to true to expose the internal Gateway Administrator LDAP server. The default is false.
Specifies the listening port used by the Gateway Administrator LDAP server when ldaps.port.enabled is true.
The HTTPS port used to connect to the Gateway Administrator. The default is 9490.
The public-facing base URL of the FileXpress Transfer Server. This is used in URLs included in email messages sent from Gateway Administrator.
Sets the token expiration time (in minutes) for password reset. Users who request a password recovery email must perform the reset before the token expires.
Specifies the hostname or IP address that the Gateway Administrator web service listens on. The FileXpress Secure Shell Proxy and the FileXpress Transfer Server communicate with this web service. If no host is specified (the default), the Gateway Administrator listens on all available IP addresses on the Gateway Administrator server.
Specifies the port that the Gateway Administrator web service listens on. This value must match the value configured on the FileXpress Secure Shell Proxy (set from console using FileXpress Users > Gateway Administrator port) and for the Transfer Server (set by clicking Activate and verify in the FileXpress Users pane, which automatically updates configservice-ws.port in the Transfer Server properties file). The default is 9190.
The path to the keystore that contains the server certificate and private key. For more information about changing the server certificate, see Replace the Default Server Certificate. The path must be specified using forward slashes or escaped backslashes. For example:
You can specify a relative or absolute path. The default is ../etc/mycert.jks.
The file type of the keystore that contains the server certificate and private key. Supported values are JCEKS for a Java keystore, and PKCS12 for a PKCS#12 file. The default is JCEKS.
The password that protects the keystore that contains the server certificate and private key.
Specifies the number of emails to process in parallel. If the number of active emails is under this limit, the email will be processed immediately; otherwise, it will wait its turn in the queue. The default is 10.
Specifies the number of post transfer action events to process in parallel. If the number of active events is under this limit, the action will start immediately; otherwise, it will wait its turn in the queue. The default is 10.
The default number of days after which a newly created FileXpress user account expires. The default is 730 (two years). Set this to 0 (zero) to default to no expiration date.
The default number of days after which a newly created FileXpress transfer site expires. The default is 730 (two years). Set this to 0 (zero) to default to no expiration date.