XenMobile

Enable proxy servers

To control outbound internet traffic, you can set up a proxy server in XenMobile to carry that traffic. You set up a proxy server through the command-line interface (CLI). Setting up the proxy server requires restarting your system.

  1. In the XenMobile CLI main menu, type 2 to select the System Menu.

  2. In the System Menu, type 6 to select the Proxy Server Menu.

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  3. In the Proxy Configuration Menu, type 1 to select SOCKS.

    Before you save this setup, you must also configure HTTPS. The proxy won’t work unless you save the SOCKS and HTTPS settings in the same configuration.

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  4. Type your proxy server IP address, port number, and target. See the following table for supported target types for each proxy server type.

       
    Proxy type Supported targets
    SOCKS APNS
    HTTP APNS, Web, PKI
    HTTPS Web, PKI
    HTTP with authentication Web, PKI
    HTTPS with authentication Web, PKI

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  5. Type n, type 2 to select HTTPS, and then type your proxy server IP address, port number, and target.

  6. If you choose to configure a user name and password for authentication on your proxy server, type y, and then type the user name and password.

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  7. Type y to save the setup.

Enable proxy servers