Conductor Configuration Wizard Settings

Here are the settings you can configure in the Conductor Configuration Wizard.

For steps, see Log in and Configure the Conductor. For more settings see Best Practices for Conductor Configuration and Configure a Conductor.
Supported Versions
v2.2.10 and later Conductor
Wizard page Setting Description
Define hostname settings Hostname and Domain name Enter a hostname and domain name to create a friendly URL for your Conductor. See Configure a Conductor IP, Friendly URL, or Port.
Configure network adapters Enable network adapter Set up the Network adapters to communicate with your existing network (the underlay). By default:
  • For physical and virtual Conductors, Network adapter 1 is configured with a static IP address of
  • For cloud Conductors, the IP address should match the Internal IP or public IP of your Conductor instance.
  • Network adapter 2 is configured for DHCP IP addressing.
Enable web access to Conductor This setting enables or disables the web server (the Conductor UI) on the port. You have to have at least one enabled, unless they are both DHCP, then they both have to have it enabled.
Network configuration
Static routes Define static routes for each network interface if required for communication.
Apply network configuration Apply Confirm that the network settings are correct, then select Apply. If the network configuration has been changed, then you may need to manually navigate to the new location in your browser.
Create a second administrative account Fill in the Username and other details for a second administrative account. It is best practice to only use the ‘admin’ account for top-level administration. Creating user accounts for each person who will be administering the Conductor lets you see who is making changes in the system when you review log details.
Configure date and time settings Use NTP and NTP Servers Enable Use NTP and select the NTP servers to use to set the time. While you can set your system time manually, using NTP (Network Time Protocol) servers ensures your system time stays synchronized with Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). See Set the Conductor system time.
Enter time manually Check this box to set the time manually, and then enter the time, or select Set from browser time to use your browser's setting.
Configure email settings These email settings are used to send messages from the Conductor for Airwall invitations, alerts and password resets. If you do not set these up, you will not be able to send or receive email from the Conductor.
Provision Conductor Provision online or Provision offline Provision your Conductor online by accessing the Tempered licensing servers. You need to be able to access on the Internet. If you're provisioning a dark Conductor, the wizard will walk you through the process.
Provision Conductor online Voucher code Enter the voucher code you received when purchasing your Conductor license.
Use proxy server Enable and enter your proxy server information if you need to go through a proxy server to access the Conductor licensing server.
Provision Conductor offline Follow the steps to license your isolated (or "dark") Conductor offline:
  1. Generate a secure licensing request.
  2. Send the licensing request to Tempered at Customer Success.
  3. Import the encrypted licensing package you receive from Customer Success.
For more details, see License a Conductor and Airwall Edge Services in an Isolated Environment. If you get disconnected from the wizard during this step, it'll continue at the provisioning select screen. If that's the case, then select Provision Offline again and continue to the next step.
Note: When you start up your Conductor, you will have to proceed past the security warning (for example, in Firefox, click Advanced and then Accept risk). To avoid this warning, you can replace the Conductor-signed certificate with a custom certificate. See Install a Custom CA Certificate Chain.