Use a Web browser to open the Settings realm of the WebAdmin Interface. Open the Services pages, then open the PWD page.
Log: Use this setting to specify what kind of information the PWD module should put in the Server Log. Usually you should use the Major (password modification reports) or Problems (non-fatal errors) levels. But when you experience problems with the PWD module, you may want to set the Log Level setting to Low-Level or All Info: in this case protocol-level or link-level details will be recorded in the System Log as well.
The poppwd clients send passwords in the clear text format, and setting the Log setting to these values for long periods of time can become a security hole, if the Log file can be copied from the Server computer.
The PWD module records in the System Log are marked with the PWD tag.
channels: When you specify a non-zero value for the TCP/IP Channels setting, the PWD module creates a so-called "listener" on the specified port. The module starts to accept incoming PWD connections.
This setting is used to limit the number of simultaneous connections the PWD module can accept. If there are too many incoming connections open, the module will reject new connections, and the user should retry later.
If the number of channels is set to zero, the PWD module closes the listener and releases (unbinds from) the TCP port.
listener: By default, the PWD module Listener accepts clear text connections on the TCP port 106. Follow the listener link to tune the PWD Listener.
Note:Some versions of Apple MacOSX use the port 106 for Apple's own version of a Password Server. To avoid conflicts with that program, the default CommuniGate Pro PWD port on that OS is set to 8106.