It stores parameters for connecting to a proxy server that is used by the Dr.Web Updater component to connect to the Doctor Web update servers (for example, if direct connection to external servers is prohibited by your network security policy).
If the parameter value is not specified, the proxy server is not used.
<connection string> is a string to connect to the proxy server.
The string has the following format (URL):
•<protocol> is a type of the used protocol (in the current version, only http is available);
•<user> is a user name for connection to the proxy server;
•<password> is a password for connection to the proxy server;
•<proxyhost> is an address of the host where the proxy server operates (IP address or domain name, for example FQDN);
•<port> is the used port.
The <protocol> and <user>:<password> parameters can be empty.
If the <user> or <password> parameters contain the following characters: “@”, “%” or “:”, these characters must be changed to the following codes: “%40”, “%25” and “%3A” respectively.
The <proxyhost>:<port> proxy server address is mandatory.
Default value: (not specified).
1.In the configuration file,
•Connection to the proxy server on the host “proxyhost.company.org” using the port 123:
Proxy = proxyhost.company.org:123
•Connection to the proxy server on the host “10.26.127.0” using the port 3336 via the HTTP protocol as the user “legaluser” with the password “passw”:
Proxy = http://legaluser:firstname.lastname@example.org:3336
•Connection to the proxy server on the host “10.26.127.0” using the port 3336 as the user “email@example.com” with the password “passw%123:”:
Proxy = user%40company.com:passw%25123%3A@10.26.127.0:3336
2.Set the same values using the cfset command for the Dr.Web Ctl utility:
# drweb-ctl cfset Update.Proxy proxyhost.company.org:123
# drweb-ctl cfset Update.Proxy http://legaluser:firstname.lastname@example.org:3336
# drweb-ctl cfset Update.Proxy user%40company.com:passw%25123%3A@10.26.127.0:3336