This capability is supported on endpoints
with Traps 6.1.2 and later releases.
As an alternative
to using a system-wide proxy for communication between the Traps
agents and the Traps management service, you can configure an application-specific
proxy for the Traps agent without affecting the communication of
other applications on the endpoint.
If your agent
is communicating directly with the Traps management service, you
can assign it a dedicated proxy in the Endpoints window. Once you
choose to disable this proxy, the agent will revert back to communicating
directly with Traps management service.
If your agent is not connected to Traps management service
yet, you must assign the proxy IP address and port number during
the Traps agent installation process on the endpoint.
From Traps management service, select
If needed, filter the list of endpoints.
To reduce the number of results, use
the endpoint name search and filters from the
at the top of the page.
Set an agent proxy.
Select the row of the endpoint for which
you want to set a proxy.
For each proxy, enter the IP address and port number.
) up to five proxy addresses. Traps
always refers to the proxy used in the last successful communication,
and if it’s unavailable, continues to the next one on the list.
when you’re done.
If necessary, you can later
When you disable the proxy configuration, all proxies associated
with that Traps agent are removed. If the Traps agent is connected
directly to Traps management service, once you disable the proxy
the Traps agent will resume communicating directly with the Traps
management service. Otherwise, if a direct communication does not
exist and you disable the proxy, the Traps agent will disconnect
from the Traps management service.