The hostname that will be used to access sabnzbd.
|Port||The internal webserver needs an IP port to listen on. The default port is
(Note for linux users: ports below
|Web Interface||SABnzbd comes with a few different skins (web interface styles). Pick one here and click on save. For the skin to become active, you have to shutdown SABnzbd and restart it again. Some skins support multiple color schemas.|
|Language||The program supports more languages.|
|Enable HTTPS||Enable the webserver to use HTTPS. For more information, see: HTTPS.|
|HTTPS Port||Port to be used for listening. Must be different from the normal HTTP port. If empty, the SABnzbd Port set above will only listen to HTTPS.|
|HTTPS Certificate||File containing the HTTPS certificate|
|HTTPS Key||File containing the HTTPS key|
|Web Username/Password||You may want to limit access to the web interface to people knowing a username and password for the interface.
WARNING This is not a very secure method!
|External internet access||
You can set access rights for systems outside your local network.
|List of local network ranges||Specify a range of local network ranges (seperated by a comma) on which the External internet access rule does not apply and the full interface is available to. All local network addresses start with these prefixes (often
|API Key||This is the secret key that is needed in API calls. Note that when you click the Change button, you'll need to tell your utilities the new key.|
|Launch browser on startup||Enable to auto-launch of the browser when SABnzbd is opened.|
|Check for new release||If enabled, SABnzbd will check once a week whether a new release has been published.|
|HTTPS certificate verification||Verify certificates when connecting to indexers and RSS-sources using HTTPS. Requires Python 2.7.9+, can be enabled in most cases without problems, but some websites do not have proper certificates and some systems might not be configured correctly. [only 2.0.0+]|
|Maximum line speed||Set how fast your internet connection is, in bytes/sec. If you have an ISP-speed of 10Mbit/sec, you should enter 1M here.|
|Percentage of line speed||Which percentage of the linespeed should SABnzbd use, e.g. 50. This is the default value when SABnzbd starts.|
|Article Cache Limit||
How much memory (RAM) can be used for caching (reducing disk access). You enter the amount in bytes but you can use factors like K, M, G etc. eg: 70M = 70 MB cache. Article Cache is limited to 1GB, even if a higher value is set.
See High speeds for more information.