Disable Force TLS for LAN / VPN connections ?

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Disable Force TLS for LAN / VPN connections ?

#1 Post by mikeloeven » 2019-08-05 13:19

Is there a way to keep forced SSL/TLS enabled for WAN connections but disable it for specific IP ranges to allow higher performance for LAN and VPN connections in which the encryption is not needed?

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Re: Disable Force TLS for LAN / VPN connections ?

#2 Post by botg » 2019-08-06 06:56

No.

As for performance, do you have multi-gigabit network adapter?

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Re: Disable Force TLS for LAN / VPN connections ?

#3 Post by mikeloeven » 2019-08-08 02:13

No but shouldn't need one as its a personal file server only my laptop and cell phone are usually connected to it and there is a read only public share I use when I dont want to deal with image hosting sites for memes and such but that doesn't generate much traffic at all. Honestly the bottleneck is mostly the android but I am unsure if its encryption overhead or just the write speed on the device's SD card. but most transfers cap out around 8 - 10 megabytes per second. My laptop doesn't have this problem tho

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Re: Disable Force TLS for LAN / VPN connections ?

#4 Post by boco » 2019-08-08 19:43

You can enable forced TLS per-account. So, all you need is a separate (cloned) FTP account for the LAN-only connections that has plain FTP allowed.
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