Please visit the Lightspeed Systems Community Site for the latest documentation.
Access Keys:
Skip to content (Access Key - 0)








Search Lightspeed Systems Mobile Manager

Navigation

Toggle Sidebar

Global Proxy

Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

To view, edit, or delete a profile global HTTP proxy follow the steps below.

Note:
A global HTTP proxy profile can only be installed on devices in Supervise mode and requires iOS 6 or later.
  1. To view, edit, or delete profile global proxies for the entire organization navigate to the dashboard home page. To view, edit, or delete profile global proxies for a group, sub group, or user navigate to that group, sub group, or user.
  2. Click Profile.
  3. Click Global Proxy. The following will be displayed.

  4. Click*Configure*. The following will be displayed.

    The configurable profile global HTTP proxy parameters are described below:
Lock Icon
Click the lock icon () to prevent changes by users with lower administrative privileges.
Field Description
-/+
(minus and plus buttons)
Click the minus (-) button to delete a global proxy or click the plus sign (+) to add a global proxy.
Type From the dropdown list select the type of global proxy, which can be Auto or Manual. Changing the global proxy type changes the configurable parameters as described below.
  Manual Only
Server Enter the FQDN that is accessible internally and externally. In addition, you should install the SSL certificate from the Rocket appliance since some SSL sites will not work if the certificate is not installed as a trusted root authority.
Note: See the Configuring Server Roles wiki page on the Lightspeed Systems Rocket wiki for information about configuring a Rocket appliance as a proxy server.
Port Enter the port number for the proxy server. The default is 8080.
Username Enter the user name to authenticate the proxy server.
Password Enter the password to authenticate the proxy server.
  Manual and Auto
Bypass proxy for captive login From the slider select Yes to let devices bypass the proxy for captive logins or No (the default) prevent devices from bypassing the proxy server.
  Auto Only
PAC File URL Enter the URL for the Proxy Automatic Configuration (PAC) file that will automatically select the proxy server.
Bypass proxy if PAC unreachable From the slider select Yes (the default) to let devices bypass the proxy server if the PAC file is unreachable or No to prevent them.
Click the Save changes button to save any changes you make.
  1. Oct 01, 2013

    Michael Wilson says:

    We currently have an issue setting the Global Proxy to our Lightspeed Rocket Fil...

    We currently have an issue setting the Global Proxy to our Lightspeed Rocket Filter. Turing on Global Proxy causes an iOS popup login window to the web filter. The problem is, that this popup window does not accept the password no matter what is entered. We were told that the only way to fix this issue is by disabling a setting on the Rocket to "Require iOS devices be integrated with Lightspeed's Mobile Device Management". Disabling this setting does leave our web filter open to the public internet, to be used as a proxy. This is unsettling to us.

TinyURL: Global Proxy
Adaptavist Theme Builder Powered by Atlassian Confluence