Running confluence with NTLM-Proxy side-on-side with an http_export varaible?

Hi everybody!

Currently confluens ist installed in a local Network without internetaccess. For the future, a connection to the world should be establisched over a ntlm proxy.

So i set up JAVA_OPTS in the wit the -Dproxy... options.

But there was no connection made to the UPM. ( Any other ideas to test the access to net Internet within confluence??)

(1)So, i found an bashrc entry on the SLES11-system hosting confluence:

http_export=<proxy with username and domain>

https_export=<proxy with username and domain>

My Question:

Does confluence use this http_export/https_export or do i need to setup the same proxy-users as in (1) within the JAVA_OPTS ?

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Hi there,

I believe you got the java properties from this page, right? So, in case the proxy integration was correctly set, there are more a few things you can check regarding UPM connection. I'd suggest that you consult this other page to cover other possible problems.


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