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Configure Ops Manager to Pass Outgoing Traffic through an HTTP or HTTPS Proxy

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Overview

Ops Manager can pass all outgoing requests through an HTTP or HTTPS proxy. This lets Ops Manager deployments without direct access to external resources access outside notification services and the MongoDB version manifest.

Procedure

1

Stop Ops Manager

Use the command appropriate to your operating system.

On a Linux system installed with a package manager:

sudo service mongodb-mms stop

On a Linux system installed with a .tar file:

<install_dir>/bin/mongodb-mms stop
2

Edit the conf-mms.properties configuration file to configure the proxy settings.

Open Ops Manager Configuration with root privileges. Set the http.proxy.host and http.proxy.port settings to the hostname and port of the HTTP or HTTPS proxy.

If the proxy requires authentication, use http.proxy.username and http.proxy.password to specify the credentials.

3

Start Ops Manager.

Use the command appropriate to your operating system.

On a Linux system installed with a package manager:

sudo service mongodb-mms start

On a Linux system installed with a .tar file:

<install_dir>/bin/mongodb-mms start