Configure Cloudbreak to use a proxy
Use the following steps if you would like to set up Cloudbreak to use your proxy.
- After downloading and installing Cloudbreak, configure the Docker
daemon to use proxy by adding the following to the Docker service
vi /etc/systemd/system/docker.service -> Environment="HTTP_PROXY=http://10.0.2.237:3128" "NO_PROXY=localhost,127.0.0.1"
For more information refer to Docker documentation.
- Ensure that ports 9443 and 8443 are handled as SSL connections in the proxy config.
- Configure proxy settings in the Profile file by setting the following variables:
HTTP_PROXY_HOST=your-proxy-host HTTPS_PROXY_HOST=your-proxy-host PROXY_PORT=your-proxy-port PROXY_USER=your-proxy-user PROXY_PASSWORD=your-proxy-password #NON_PROXY_HOSTS #HTTPS_PROXYFORCLUSTERCONNECTION=false
HTTP_PROXY_HOST=10.0.2.237 HTTPS_PROXY_HOST=10.0.2.237 PROXY_PORT=3128 PROXY_USER=squid PROXY_PASSWORD=squid #NON_PROXY_HOSTS #HTTPS_PROXYFORCLUSTERCONNECTION=false