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SSL is disabled for noVNC by default, because in some browsers the client won't start, if you use a self-signed certificate.
However, if you have an SSL certificate issued for your domain, you can activate the SSL yourself. Copy the certificate into /usr/local/mgr5/etc/manager.crt, and its key into /usr/local/mgr5/etc/manager.key. Add the following option into the configuration file:
Attention! If in ihttpd.conf paths to the certificate file and key are overridden, you will still need to copy the certificate data into /usr/local/mgr5/etc/manager.crt, and its key into /usr/local/mgr5/etc/manager.key, because those files are used when connecting via VNC.
/usr/local/mgr5/sbin/mgrctl -m vmmgr exit
VNC network interface is defined automatically by default. The bridged networking, to which VM's network interface is connected, is used.
Starting from version 5.64 you can specify a network for VNC-server. If you want to restrict access to VNC by standard means of VNC client,use a NAT private network.
You can configure VNC network in the "Cluster settings/Policy" module.
In order to connect QEMU VNC using RealVNC Viewer you first need to configure the client:
VNC Viewer --> Options --> Expert --> set ColorLevel to rgb332
See also RealVNC Knowledge base
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