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ProxyServer

Summary

Sets the proxy server that can be used for outgoing web traffic.

Usage

 

ProxyServer=<hostname|IP address>:<port>

Description

In case outgoing web traffic is only allowed through a proxy server, you need to inform eZ Publish about this (otherwise the system will not be able to do certain tasks). You can either use the hostname or the IP address of the proxy server, followed by a colon and a port number. Most proxy servers allow anonymous connections. However, if the proxy server requires authentication, you will also need to provide a valid username/password combination using the "User" and "Password" settings.

Note that CURL support must be enabled in PHP, otherwise outbound connections via proxy will not work.

Examples

Example 1

 

[ProxySettings]
ProxyServer=proxy.example.com:3128


This configuration tells the system to use an anonymous proxy server, "proxy.example.com" and port 3128 to access the web. In this case, a username/password combination is not needed.

Example 2

 

[ProxySettings]
ProxyServer=proxy.example.com:3128
User=joshua
Password=secret


This configuration tells the system to use "proxy.example.com" and port 3128 to access the web. In addition, a username/password combination is provided because the proxy server requires authentication.

Julia Shymova (14/05/2007 1:54 pm)

Julia Shymova (13/12/2007 12:41 pm)

Julia Shymova, Balazs Halasy


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