Using HTTP Proxies
An HTTP proxy is a network node that relays and optionally caches traffic. If your organization uses an HTTP proxy to connect to the internet and subsequently OCC, you must configure its use during the orcharhino installation.
HTTP proxies are not to be confused with orcharhino Proxies, which are necessary to provision and manage hosts in separate networks. For more information, see Installing orcharhino Proxy.
You can configure your HTTP proxy on the Customize template screen. The OVA appliance passes the configuration settings of your HTTP proxy to the orcharhino Web Installer. For more information, see Appliance Installation Steps in Installing orcharhino Server.
You can pass your HTTP proxy configuration to
--http-proxy-scheme=SCHEME Must be one of 'http' or 'https', defaults to 'http'. --http-proxy-host=PROXY Use the given HTTP(s) proxy to connect to the internet. Give a resolvable hostname, FQDN, or the IP address here. --http-proxy-port=PORT Use the given PORT with the --http-proxy-host option. --http-proxy-user=USER Use the given USER with the --http-proxy-host option. --http-proxy-passwd=PASSWD Use the given PASSWD with the --http-proxy-host option.
The script passes the configuration settings of your HTTP proxy to the orcharhino Web Installer.
For more information, run
You can review and adapt your HTTP proxy configuration on the HTTP Proxy Configuration page to pass the values to the
The orcharhino Web Installer saves those values in
Moreover, the installer stores the HTTP proxy settings in its database and passes it to Pulp for synchronizing packages.
Other connections will not use the HTTP proxy.
You do not have to add other hosts to
For more information, see Main Installation Steps in Installing orcharhino Server.
See System and Network Requirements in Installing orcharhino Proxy.
See Using an HTTP Proxy with Compute Resources in Provisioning Cloud Instances in Amazon EC2.