In this article, you will learn how to manage PACS Server settings of cloud proxies in your account.
Step 1: Click on “PACS Server Settings” header on the upper side of the page.
Step 2: In this page, you can see institution, AE title, port, connection security and status information. You can edit AE title and port by writing in related fields. Also, you can select connection security as one of the following options:
Default-None: Client and server communicate through an unsecured connection.
Server Authentication: One-way secure connection. The client uses Server’s certificate for secure communication.
Server and Client Authentication: Two-way secure connection. The client uses Server’s certificate and Server uses client’s certificate for secure communication.
Step 3: If you select “Server Authentication” or “Server and Client Authentication”, you will see the server certificate information under the connection security options. If you want to download the certificate, you can click on the icon.
Step 4: Once you have clicked, the certificate will be downloaded to your computer.
Step 5: In this page, you can also change the status of the proxy by clicking Start/Stop button on the right side of the page.
Step 6: When you click on “Stop” button, status of the cloud proxy will change to “Not Available”. If you want to start it again, you can click on “Start” button.
Step 7: In order to save the changes, click on “Save” button on the upper right side of the page.