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If your company network is using a proxy to access the internet, you may be required to enter the proxy settings into Jitterbit Studio, Cloud Data Loader, or Harmony Local Agent. By using a proxy, the computers within your company do not connect directly with a website. When you enter a website into your browser, the browser forwards a request to the proxy and the proxy actually connects to the website. Your proxy receives the responses sent by the website and forwards the responses to your browser. The proxy may be embedded into your router, or it may be a completely separate server. The user may be able to access the proxy settings in the browser settings on the computer, or it may be necessary to contact the Network Administrator or 3rd party vendor that set up the internet access to get request the correct settings.

Access Proxy Settings in Your Browser 

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  • Click on Settings in the drop-down menu.

  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and Click on the Show advanced settings link.
    • In the Network section, Click on the Change proxy settings button.

  • The Internet Properties pop-up window displays.

  • Click on the Connections tab.
      • Dial-Up or VPN: Click on the Settings button.
      • Local Area Network: Click on the LAN Settings button.

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Action

Command

Set http proxy host name (port is optional)

  --set-http-proxy-host <hostname>[:<port>]

Set User name for proxy server authentication

  --set-http-proxy-username <user name>

Set NTLM domain for proxy server authentication.

  --set-http-proxy-domain <NTLM domain

Set password for proxy server authentication.

  --set-http-proxy-pwd <password>B4


Linux

Use the following command to configure your agent if you are behind a proxy. These proxy settings are also saved and used by the agent when communicating with the Harmony platform after configuration.

jitterbit-config --xh=<host> --xu=<username> --xp=<password> --xn=<domain>

Note:

<host> is of the form <hostname>:<port number>

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