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Web interface section

Web interface to configure Stereo Tool remotely.

Stereo Tool contains a web server that shows all the Stereo Tool settings in a browser, enabling configuring it from a remote pc, phone or tablet.

Important: At this moment the web interface is NOT protected against unauthorized use. Anyone can get in and change settings. So DO NOT USE THIS on a system with an open internet connection.

Metering is not visible in this interface, so if you can, it's often easier to use a program like TeamViewer to login to the pc remotely.

Web panel

Setting for the Stereo Tool web interface.

  • Enable web interface
    Enables the web interface.

    Important: At this moment the web interface is NOT protected against unauthorized use. Anyone can get in and change settings. So DO NOT USE THIS on a system with an open internet connection.

    Both enabling and disabling the web interface requires a restart!

  • Port
    Web interface port number.

    The port number at which the web interface can be reached. To access it, go to http://ip_address_of_pc:port/

    So for example, on a local pc with the web host configured at port 8080 you can use http://127.0.0.1:8080/ .

  • Whitelist
    Whitelist of IP addresses for web interface access.

    The IP addresses in this list can access the web interface. There are several ways to specify IP address ranges, here are some examples:
    127.0.0.1 Just 127.0.0.1.
    192.*.*.* Any address that starts with 192.
    192.0.0.0/8 Only check the first 8 bits, so any address that starts with 192.
    192/8 Only check the first 8 bits, so any addres that starts with 192.
    127.0.0.1, 192.168.100.101 Those two addresses.

  • Small buttons
    Makes buttons in the web interface smaller.

    Useful for very small screens such as phones.