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Configuring the proxy settings on Linux

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.
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, you must update the proxy.ini file and configure the JVM options of the Secure Agent.
Note: When you use a serverless runtime environment, you cannot use a proxy server to connect to Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services.
Contact your network administrator for the correct proxy settings.
    1. Navigate to the following directory:
    <Secure Agent installation directory>/apps/agentcore/conf
    2. To update the proxy.ini file, add the following parameters and specify appropriate values for each parameter:
    InfaAgent.ProxyHost=<proxy_server_hostname>
    InfaAgent.ProxyPort=<proxy_server_port>
    InfaAgent.ProxyUser=<user_name>
    InfaAgent.ProxyPassword=<password>
    InfaAgent.ProxyPasswordEncrypted=false
    For example,
    InfaAgent.ProxyHost=INW2PF0MT01V
    InfaAgent.ProxyPort=808
    InfaAgent.ProxyUser=user06
    InfaAgent.ProxyPassword=user06
    InfaAgent.ProxyPasswordEncrypted=false
    3. Log in to Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services.
    4. Open Administrator and select Runtime Environments.
    5. Select the Secure Agent for which you want to configure a proxy server.
    6. On the upper-right corner of the page, click Edit.
    7. In the System Configuration Details section, select the Type as DTM for the Data Integration Service.
    8. To use a proxy server, add the following parameters in any JVMOption field and specify appropriate values for each parameter:
    Parameter
    Description
    -Dproxy.host=
    Host name of the outgoing HTTPS proxy server.
    -Dproxy.port=
    Port number of the outgoing HTTPS proxy server.
    -Dproxy.user=
    User name for the HTTPS proxy server.
    -Dproxy.password=
    Password for the HTTPS proxy server.
    Note: You must specify the parameter and the value for the parameter enclosed in single quotation marks.
    For example,
    JVMOption1='-Dproxy.host=INPQ8583WI29'
    JVMOption2='-Dproxy.port=8081'
    JVMOption3='-Dproxy.user=adminuser'
    JVMOption4='-Dproxy.password=password'
    Note: You can configure only five JVMOption fields in the System Configuration Details section. To configure the remaining parameters, you must add the JVMOption fields in the Custom Configuration Details section. In the Custom Configuration Details section, select the Type as DTM for the Data Integration Service, add the JVMOption fields, and specify the remaining parameters and appropriate values for each parameter.
    9. Click Save.
    The Secure Agent restarts to apply the settings.
    Note: The session log does not log the proxy server details even if you have configured a proxy server.