Once you have provisioned a Service Point v4 instance, you can modify the proxy configuration settings to configure a new proxy or update an existing proxy configuration.
- Log in to the Service Point v4 instance using the
operationsuser and the VM console password through a console session.Attention: BlueCat recommends connecting to the Service Point v4 instance using a console session, as the change in network configuration can result in the Service Point v4 instance becoming unreachable using an SSH connection.
- Elevate your user permissions by running the following
- You can check your proxy configuration settings by running the following
fleet proxyIf you have a proxy configured, the command returns the following response:
- Modify the proxy configuration using the following
setproxy -h <host> \ -n <port> -u <user> -p <password>Where:
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- <host>: Enter the hostname of the proxy that the Service Point v4 VM will use.
- <port>: (Optional) Add the port number used to connect to the proxy server. By default, the value is 443.
- <user>: (Optional) Enter the username that will be used to authenticate against the proxy server.
- <password>: (Optional) Enter the password that will be used to authenticate against the proxy server.
setproxyparameters, enter the
Once you have run the command, the service point restarts the system services to use the
proxy configurations. Once the services have restarted, you can use the
proxy command to verify the configurations.