CLI Commands : web : web proxy

web proxy
Manage Web proxy settings. Web proxy is disabled until you configure a host. See “Configuring Web-Based Interface (Management Console) Proxy” on page 96 for task details.
web proxy
auth
authtype {<auth_type> | none | basic}
basic password <plaintext_password> username <username>
host <IP_address> [port <TCP_port>]
Configure a Web proxy; use no web proxy to delete.
Notes:
auth—Configure authentication settings for the Web proxy.
authtype—Configure the type of authentication to be used with a Web proxy. Only matters if a proxy is configured with web proxy host. The no variant resets the authtype to its default, which is none.
none—No authentication required.
basic—HTTP basic authentication.
basic—Configure HTTP basic authentication settings for the Web proxy.
password <plaintext_password>—Specify a plaintext password for HTTP basic authentication with an authenticating proxy. Only used if the web proxy auth authtype is set to basic. Note the password is accepted and stored in plaintext.
username <username>—Specify a username for HTTP basic authentication with an authenticating proxy. Only used if the web proxy auth authtype is set to basic. Note the user name is accepted and stored in plaintext.
host—Specify a proxy to be used for any HTTP or FTP downloads. If no port is specified, the default is 1080.

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