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Configure Ops Manager to Use an HTTP Proxy for Outgoing Traffic

In restricted network environments, you can configure Ops Manager to use a proxy to make outbound network requests. You would use a proxy to fetch files from MongoDB, including Agents, MongoDB server binaries and the Ops Manager version manifest or to contact any third-party integrated services you have enabled.

Prerequsites

Add Whitelist of Sites for Version Manifest Source

Ops Manager, the Backup Daemon, and MongoDB Agents need direct outbound access to certain MongoDB, Inc.-hosted URLs over HTTPS to download the MongoDB Agent and MongoDB versions.

If you want Ops Manager, the Backup Daemon, and the MongoDB Agents to use a proxy to limit internet access, you need to configure your proxy to allow access to MongoDB URLs.

Which URLs you add to the whitelist depends upon what you have set as your Installer Download Source. This setting has two subsettings: Ops Manager gets installers from: and Agents get the installers from:. The Agents’ installer source is also the Backup Daemon’s source.

Ops Manager Source Agent/Daemon Source Domains to Whitelist
MongoDB MongoDB
MongoDB Ops Manager
Ops Manager Ops Manager URL to Access Ops Manager for Agents to download MongoDB installers from Ops Manager

See also

To learn more about maintaining MongoDB versions in Ops Manager with limited internet access, see Configure Deployment to Have Limited Internet Access.

Procedure

1

Configure the proxy settings.

  1. Click the Admin link at the top left.

  2. Click Ops Manager Config.

  3. Click Miscellaneous.

  4. Set the options for the proxy under the HTTP/HTTPS Proxy section:

    Field Action
    Proxy Host Specify the hostname of the proxy server.
    Proxy Port Specify the port of the proxy server.
    Proxy Username If the proxy server requires authentication, specify the username with which to authenticate.
    Proxy Password If the proxy server requires authentication, specify the password with which to authenticate.
2

Restart Ops Manager.

Use the command appropriate to your platform.

Platform Restart Service Command
RHEL, CentOS, Amazon Linux and Ubuntu
sudo service mongodb-mms restart
Other Linux distributions
<install_dir>/bin/mongodb-mms restart
Windows (Command Line)
sc stop MMS && sc start MMS
Windows (Powershell)
Restart-Service -name MMS -force