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How to Re-Configure web-proxy for Linux Cloudcache server

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Title

How to Re-Configure web-proxy for Linux Cloudcache server

Solution

Phoenix agent connects to the Druva Cloud through the internet. If your network infrastructure uses a web-proxy, configure the Phoenix agent to use web-proxy to establish a connection with the Druva Cloud. 

To re-configure web-proxy for Linux Cloudcache server please follow these steps.

Before you begin, ensure that the Cloudcache service is running.

/etc/init.d/PhoenixCacheServer status

 

Procedure to Configure Web proxy for Linux servers

1. Open the command line prompt.

2. Change the directory path to the location where Phoenix agent is installed on your system.

UNIX default: /opt/Druva/PhoenixCacheServer/bin

3. Run the following command:

PhoenixActivate set_proxy_details -t proxy_type -i proxy_IP:port -u proxy_user -p proxy_password 

Example: PhoenixActivate set_proxy_details -t http -i 0.0.0.0:443 -u * -p *

Note: Above example is for a proxy that does not require authentication, this can change as per environment.

 

Term Description
Proxy Type (Proxy_Type): Druva supports the following proxy types:

  • http
  • socks4
  • socks5

Proxy Server Name(Proxy_Ip): Valid IP of proxy server.

Proxy Port(port):   Respective proxy port number.

Username(proxy_user): Valid proxy username. For a proxy that does not require authentication, enter *. 

Password(proxy_password): Valid proxy password. For a proxy that does not require authentication, enter *.

 

See also:

https://docs.druva.com/Phoenix/030_C...nix_CloudCache 

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