Menu path: Setup > Network > Proxy

Here, you can select the communication protocols for which a system-wide proxy server is to be used.

Direct connection to the Internet: The endpoint device is directly connected to the Internet. No proxy is used.

Manual proxy configuration: You can configure one or more proxies in the fields from FTP proxy up to SOCKS protocol version.

Automatic proxy configuration: The proxy settings are dynamically retrieved via a PAC file (Proxy Auto Config) that you specify under URL. For more information on PAC, see e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_auto-config.

FTP proxy / port: FTP proxy server and port

HTTP proxy / port: HTTP proxy server and port

SSL proxy / port: SSL proxy server and port

SOCKS host / port: Socks proxy server and port

SOCKS protocol version: Selects the SOCKS protocol version. (Default: SOCKS v5)

URL: URL of the PAC file for Automatic proxy configuration

No proxy for: List of computers to which the endpoint device is to connect directly, separated by commas (Default: localhost, 127.0.0.1)

Proxy realm for browser: Area in which the browser authenticates itself for the proxy. Together with the user name and password, this information is necessary for authentication. See also Browser Global Proxy

Use passthrough authentication

☑ The temporarily saved login information (user name and password) will be used to log in to the proxy server.

☐ The login information entered under User name and Password will be used to log in to the proxy server. (Default)

User name: User name for the proxy login

Password: Password for the proxy login

Enable client-side NTLM authenticating proxy

☑ Client-side proxy is enabled. It stands between the application and the corporate proxy, adding NTLM authentication at the corporate proxy. The credentials specified on this Setup page are used.

Listening port: Port for client-side proxy