Configuring proxy server connection settings

The configured proxy server settings will be used for updating databases and activating the application, and for the operation of external services.

To configure the proxy server connection settings:

  1. In the application web interface window, select the Settings → External services → Proxy server connection section.
  2. Turn on the toggle switch next to the Use proxy server parameter.
  3. In the Proxy server address settings group, enter the proxy server address and port.
  4. If you do not want to use a proxy sever for internal addresses of your organization, select the Bypass proxy for local addresses check box.
  5. If you want to use authentication when connecting to the proxy server, in the User name (optional) and Password (optional) fields enter the user name and password for connecting to the proxy server.
  6. Click Save.

See also

Kaspersky Web Traffic Security

Application licensing

Installation and initial configuration of the application from an RPM or DEB package

Installation and initial configuration of the application deployed from an ISO image

Getting started with the application

Monitoring application operation

Reports

Kaspersky Web Traffic Security event log

Using traffic processing rules

Managing workspaces

Working with roles and user accounts

Managing the cluster

Protecting network traffic

ICAP server settings

Block page

Exporting and importing settings

Installing update packages

Upgrading the application from version 6.0 to version 6.1

Configuring the server time

Updating Kaspersky Web Traffic Security databases

Participating in Kaspersky Security Network and using Kaspersky Private Security Network

Connecting to a LDAP server

Configuring integration with Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform

Syslog event log

Application management over the SNMP protocol

Single Sign-On authentication

Managing the settings of a built-in proxy server in the application web interface

Decrypting TLS/SSL connections

Sources of information about the application

Contacting the Technical Support

Appendix 1. Installing and configuring the Squid service

Appendix 2. Configuring integration of the Squid service with Active Directory

Appendix 3. Configuring ICAP balancing using HAProxy

Appendix 4. MIME types of objects

Appendix 5. URL normalization

Appendix 6. Categories of web resources

AO Kaspersky Lab

Information about third-party code

Trademark notices

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