HTTP Proxies Panel

To use HTTP proxies, they must be defined and then assigned to a HTTP Proxy Group (a collection of HTTP Proxies). For further information on HTTP Proxy Groups, please refer to HTTP Proxy Groups Panel.

Table 1. BAM Command Line Utility HTTP Proxies options
Name Description
View HTTP Proxies View already defined HTTP Proxies
Add HTTP Proxies Add a new HTTP Proxy
Update HTTP Proxies Update an already defined HTTP Proxy
Remove HTTP Proxies Remove an already defined HTTP Proxy

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Table 2. Parameters
Name Description
Name A user defined name for the proxy
Description A user defined description for the proxy
Address The full http or https address for the proxy. Specify the port on the next parameter. (e.g. http://192.168.0.5).
Port The port to contact on the HTTP Proxy server
Username If your http proxy uses a username-password validation system, enter the username here. If left blank BVR will assume no username-password validation is in use. Is assumed blank on initial creation, but can then be set by updating the proxy.
Password If your http proxy uses a username-password validation system, enter the password here. If left blank BVR will assume no username-password validation is in use. Is assumed blank on initial creation, but can then be set by updating the proxy.
Priority Sets the priority of this proxy for any group it is assigned to (please see Weight and Priority usage in the Blueworx Platform)
Weight Sets the weight of this proxy for any group it is assigned to (please see Weight and Priority usage in the Blueworx Platform)