When enabled this requires that anyone trying to access the administrative pages must be going to using SSL.
/as web ssl admin on
This will set the certficate for SSL. It must be a .pem file containing an RSA or DSA certificate. If no key or certificate is set then the web and chat server will agree on a "temporary" self-signed key and certificate.
/as web ssl certfile cert.pem
Sets a file containing the certificate chain (in PEM format) associated with the SSL certificate you are using. This is needed when your server certificate is signed by an intermediate CA.
/as web ssl chainfile key.pem
This will turn off SSL for the web server.
/as web ssl disable
This will turn on SSL for the web server.
/as web ssl enable
This will set the key for SSL. It must be a .pem file containing an RSA or DSA key. If no key or certificate is set then the web and chat server will agree on a "temporary" self-signed key and certificate.
/as web ssl keyfile key.pem
The port for the web interface. The default port is 8000. Your users must include this port as part of the URL they provide to access your server (i.e. http://myhost.acme.com:8000/). If you want the users to be able to leave off the port value, they must change this value to 80 - however, you must make sure that you do not already have web server software using that port (like IIS or Apache).
Warning: ConferenceRoom automatically enables its web interface on port 8000. If you have another server running on port 8000, you must disable the web server by selecting the "Disable Web Server" option or change the port number above to an unused port (e.g. 8080).
/as web port 8080
If you aren't running any other web server software, use port 80. It will make your URL much simpler. While you can use virtually any port, it is nice to choose something easy to remember. Since you are likely to put a link to your chat on your main web site, it doesn't make that much of a difference. People will not have to remember the precise address.