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If you run OctaneRender® behind an existing proxy, OctaneRender® tries to find and use your current proxy setup. Workarounds to bypass the proxy settings are invalid.
If you are trying to set up your proxy for the first time or your proxy requires authentication, you may configure it either by using your operating system proxy settings, or environment variables.
This option lets OctaneRender® retrieve your system settings. The configuration depends on your host operating system.
OctaneRender® can obtain its proxy configuration several different ways.
From Internet Explorer's LAN Settings, this configuration applies only to the current user. To change IE proxy settings:
inetcpl.cpl, 4 and click OK. The Internet Properties window displays.
If you have a dedicated proxy for HTTPS traffic, click on Advanced, clear the Use The Same ProxyAn object saved as a separate file with the purpose of being reused in larger scenes. This is used to minimize any addition to the total polygon count in the scene, especially if the scene requires the same object to appear several times. If used in conjunction with instancing, Proxies help keep very large scenes from reaching polygon limits and also keeps the relative file size of the main project file manageable. For All Protocols checkbox, and specify the proxy address and port for the Secure server type.
This configuration is system-wide, and usually stored in the registry. It can be managed using
netsh winhttp. For more information, please check the Windows HTTP documentation from Microsoft®. The proxy exceptions list is currently ignored.
OctaneRender® reads the proxy settings stored in the System Preferences. To change your proxy settings:
Bypass proxy settings are currently not used by OctaneRender®.
If you don't specify port numbers, the ports default to 80 if using HTTP, and 443 if using HTTPS.
Macintosh® systems don't support he proxy authentication through proxy settings. If your proxy requires username and password, please refer to the following section about proxy configuration via environment variables.
The proxy settings can vary between distributions, so proxy configuration on Linux is just supported via environment variables.
OctaneRender® supports the following proxy environment variables:
These are commonly used environment variables for specifying proxy configuration, especially on Linux. This may affect other applications that also use these variables. If one of these variables are found, this will override your system's proxy preferences, even if there's a configured proxy.
Note: Environment variables are case-sensitive, even on Windows®, for security reasons.
The accepted syntax for proxy environment variables is [protocol://][user:password@]proxyhost[:port]
For example, you may expecify a proxy for HTTPS network traffic as https_proxy=johndoe:[email protected]. This tells OctaneRender® to use 127.0.1.50 as your proxy's address using the default port 80, and authenticate as user johndoe with password mypass.
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