The System page contains actions you may execute as well as provide you with various tidbits of information regarding Vilfo.
Each component is explained below.
Reboot: performs a reboot of Vilfo.
Backup: performs a backup of all configurations and downloads it to your computer.
Power off: performs a shut down of Vilfo. A manual boot by clicking on the power button is necessary for Vilfo to power on.
Send diagnostics: if you experience an issue with Vilfo, customer support might ask you to send diagnostics so that we can see what is happening. You send diagnostics by clicking on this button and entering a message detailing your issue.
The firmware component will look different depending on if you're running the latest Vilfo version. If you aren't running the latest version, you'll be able to upgrade your system by clicking on Upgrade. You're also able to restore a previous configuration that you've saved to your computer by clicking on Backup.
The firmware component looks like this if you're running the latest update from Vilfo. You can also restore any backups that you might have made.
Factory reset: performs a factory reset and removes all changes you've made to Vilfo. Vilfo will reboot once the operation is complete.
Reset utilization data: purges all traffic, load & memory data. Vilfo will reboot when the operation is completed.
Displays all network interfaces and devices available on Vilfo. It details whether or not a network interface is currently being used and information regarding uptime and bandwidth transmitted and received.
Hostname: the hostname that Vilfo use. The default is VILFO.
LEDE Firmware: the underlying LEDE version that is being used.
Kernel: the Linux kernel that is being used.
Local time: Displays the current date and time.
Timezone: Displays the timezone Vilfo is using. By default UTC is used but that can be changed under the General tab.
Version: The software version of Vilfo you're running.
This table displays the installed hardware on your Vilfo device such as the processor, installed RAM modules, the maximum RAM the motherboard allows, the hard drive and installed network cards and wireless cards.