I notice that in menu –> Advanced --> webGUI SSL
It has both SSL and private key.
But pfsense never use that private key.
I test this function and it seams that right now, pfsense establish a secure (encrypted) tunnel for WebGUI communication, but it doesn't require the user that have the same private key as the pfsense for establishing the connection.
Am I right or I have missed something and there is a way for usiing that private key.
Yeah, you kinda missed something :) The private key is so you can load an X.509 cert into the gui that you signed with a trusted CA to you as opposed to the pfSense default signed cert. The webGUI doesn't require a client cert, nor does it use client cert for auth - maybe some day if someone is interested in making it work.
Themesupport only offers "optical" changes (Graphics, Buttons, Icons, Menustyle) . It doesn't let you change the language. English is hardcoded into the php-pages itself. You would need to edit all pages of the webgui. A translation so far is very hard to maintain as you would have to do everything again for the next version.
Actually these themes are only "mockups". Ojuice is completely sliced and the imagefragments are ready to be used. There just has to be found someone to glue everything together. Volunteers? :P . I won't invest more time in the aqua theme though. It's lame ;D
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