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Configuring proxy settings

If your organization uses an outgoing proxy server to connect to the internet, the Secure Agent connects to Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services through the proxy server. If you enable both HTTP and SOCKS proxies, SOCKS proxy is used by default. If you want to use HTTP proxy instead of SOCKS proxy, set the value of the DisableSocksProxy property to true in the System property.
Consider the following rules when you configure a proxy server:

Configuring the proxy settings through JVMOptions

You can configure the proxy server settings through JVMOptions for the Secure Agent on a Windows or Linux machine.
    1. Log in to Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services.
    2. Open Administrator and select Runtime Environments.
    3. Select the Secure Agent for which you want to configure a proxy server.
    4. On the upper-right corner of the page, click Edit.
    5. In the System Configuration Details section, select the Type as DTM for the Data Integration Service.
    6. Click Save.
    The Secure Agent restarts to apply the settings.

Configuring proxy settings on Windows

To configure the proxy server settings for the Secure Agent on a Windows machine, you can configure the proxy server settings through the Secure Agent.
    1. Click Start > All Programs > Informatica Cloud Secure Agent > Informatica Cloud Secure Agent to launch the Secure Agent Manager.
    The Secure Agent Manager displays the Secure Agent status.
    2. Click Proxy in the Secure Agent Manager page.
    3. Click Use a Proxy Server to enter proxy server settings.
    4. Configure the following proxy server details:
    Field
    Description
    Proxy Host
    Required. Host name of the outgoing proxy server that the Secure Agent uses.
    Proxy Port
    Required. Port number of the outgoing proxy server.
    5. Click OK.
    The Secure Agent Manager restarts the Secure Agent to apply the settings.

Configuring proxy settings on Linux

The Secure Agent installer configures the proxy server settings for the Secure Agent based on settings configured in the browser. You can update the proxy server settings defined for the Secure Agent from the command line.
To configure the proxy server settings for the Secure Agent on a Linux machine, use a shell command that updates the proxy.ini file. Contact the network administrator to determine the proxy settings.
    1. Navigate to the following directory:
    <Secure Agent installation directory>/apps/agentcore
    2. Update the proxy.ini file.
    3. Restart the Secure Agent.