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Using a proxy.pac file for the DCO client?

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Using a proxy.pac file for the DCO client?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christian Riis on 2018-12-13


A customer wants to set up a specific proxy configuration between the DCO client and the server (each on two different networks). It's working for the web client, because the IEbrowser is using a proxy.pac configuration file.

Is it possible to set something similar up for the DCO client?

Or is the "only" option to:

Setting proxy (and firewall) to allow/route incoming http/s on 80/443 to DCO

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Thanks,

Christian

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Re: Using a proxy.pac file for the DCO client?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-12-17


Hi Christian,

As you've pointed out desktop client may use port 80/443 to communicate with sever (StruxureWare Data Center Operation Network Firewall Port Details).

If the Proxy server permits the traffic between client and server, perhaps "Network proxy settings" (on the workstation) could be configured to route through the "proxy server". 

Kind regards

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Re: Using a proxy.pac file for the DCO client?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-12-17


Hi Christian,

As you've pointed out desktop client may use port 80/443 to communicate with sever (StruxureWare Data Center Operation Network Firewall Port Details).

If the Proxy server permits the traffic between client and server, perhaps "Network proxy settings" (on the workstation) could be configured to route through the "proxy server". 

Kind regards

(CID:137725774)

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Re: Using a proxy.pac file for the DCO client?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christian Riis on 2018-12-17


Thanks Jef, I've added a feature request for this.

/Christian

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