Media Flow Controller Configuration Tasks : Advanced Configurations : Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console) Proxy

Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console) Proxy
Configure Management Console proxy settings if your Web server uses a proxy. The web proxy command lets you specify authentication for access to the Media Flow Controller Management Console and a host for the proxy. The Web proxy auth options do not take affect without a configured Web proxy host. See web for CLI details.
1.
Set Web proxy authentication options; basic is HTTP basic authentication. Default is none. If you set the authtype to basic, then use auth basic to set the password and username to be authenticated.
web proxy auth authtype {none | basic}
web proxy auth basic password <plaintext_password>
web proxy auth basic username <username>
2.
Set the Web proxy host and, optionally, port (default is 1080). Setting the Web proxy host enables the Web proxy. If set, this proxy accepts HTTP and FTP downloads (FTP default port is 21).
web proxy host <IP_address> [port <TCP_port>]
Example:
test-vos (config) # web proxy auth authtype basic
test-vos (config) # web proxy auth basic password 123
test-vos (config) # web proxy auth basic username admin
test-vos (config) # web proxy host 123.45.10.9 port 8080
test-vos (config) #
To make these configurations using the Management Console, go to the System Config tab, Web Mgmt page; see System Config > Web for details.

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