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NW Cfg: HTTP Proxy Settings Panel

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Sep 14, 2017Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Nov 11, 2020
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HTTP Proxy Settings Panel introduces the proxy support features of the (Admin) > System > HTTP Proxy Settings panel.

Note: Proxy support is only for HTTP and HTTPS proxies and not SOCKS5.

The HTTP Proxy Settings panel provides a user interface for configuring a proxy for use across NetWitness Platform modules and services. The Proxy Settings set up a proxy to be used wherever a proxy is needed in NetWitness Platform. The settings in this panel override any proxy settings configured for an individual service such as Malware Analysis or Live.

Related topics

"Configure Proxy for NetWitness Platform" in Additional Procedures

Quick Look

The following example illustrates an HTTP Proxy Settings Panel.

HTTP proxy setting panel


Displays the HTTP Proxy Settings Panel.

2Allows the user to configure HTTP Proxy Sittings.

This table describes the features in the HTTP Proxy Settings section.

EnableEnable the system proxy configuration for use in NetWitness Platform.
Proxy HostThe hostname for the proxy host.
Proxy PortThe port used for communication on the proxy host.
SSL(Optional) Enable communication using SSL.
Proxy Username(Optional) The user name used to log on to the proxy host if the proxy requires authentication.
Proxy Password(Optional) The user password used to log on to the proxy host if the proxy requires authentication.
NTLM AuthenticationUse NT LAN Manager authentication and session security protocols.
NTLM DomainThe name of NTLM domain.
ApplyApplies any changes made, and they become effective immediately.

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