Proxy Pre-registration

Before registering the Agent on the Dashboard the PROXY settings can be setup in the pak.xml file.

Navigate to the Agent install directory /usr/local/rmmagent then open pak.xml in an editor.

The following examples use the default vi text editor. Information on vi (visual editor) is available in the SS64 quick reference guide

# cd /usr/local/rmmagent
# vi pak.xml

After the server URL list, enter the following proxyserver settings populating each of the fields with the required proxy information.

Ensuring the enabled string <enabled>1</enabled> is set to 1 (enabled) to apply these settings.

<proxyserver>
<enabled>1</enabled>
<host>localhost</host>
<port>3128</port>  
                 <username>username</username>
<password>password</password>
</proxyserver>

For example:        

<agentconfig>

       <main>

               <server>https://.systemmonitor.co.uk</server>

               <server>https://.systemmonitor.us</server>

               <server>https://.system-monitor.com</server>

               <server>https://ireland.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://europe1.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://france1.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://france.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://germany1.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://poland1.systemmonitor.eu.com</server>

               <server>https://asia.system-monitor.com</server>

               <server>https://.am.remote.management</server>

                <proxyserver>

                       <enabled>1</enabled>

                       <host>localhost</host>

                       <port>3128</port>

                       <username>username</username>

                       <password>password</password>

               </proxyserver>          

               <agentmode>server</agentmode>

               <username></username>

       </main>

</agentconfig>

Save the changes to pak.xml - in vi press Esc to access the command interface then :wq to write the changes and quit. To view the file to ensure the changes were applied enter:

# cat pak.xml

Amending the pak.xml file only affects the Agent pre-registration, once the Agent is reported on the Dashboard any changes to this file are not applied.

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