Some files that the device must access via HTTP (update commands, MoH, announcements, voicemail, etc.) may be located in a password-protected area. A list of URLs with the respective user names and passwords can be configured. The URLs in the list usually specify only the path to a file (or a part of it). The longest string match of the list defines the user name and the password used for authentication.
Note that the log server always includes the port number in the URL. If a URL for the logserver needs a password a version the URL that includes the port number needs be specified here to generate a match.
|URL||An URL, for example http://192.168.0.1/update, specifying a password protected folder|
|User/Password||Authentication needed for the folder (The length of the password is limited to 16 characters)|
Individual proxy servers can be configured for HTTP and HTTPS operations.
|Host||The domain name (e.g. proxy.example.com) or IP address (e.g. 192.168.0.1) of the proxy server.|
|Port||The port of the proxy server.|
The above configuration is not used for the WebSocket client, e.g. the WebSocket - connection to the innovaphone Push Service. The WebSocket client does not support HTTP-Proxy connections, more specific HTTP Tunneling using HTTP CONNECT.
No Proxy Server for
Here you can define networks and domains that shall be accessed directly without using a proxy server.
|Address/Mask||The base address and network mask of a network (e.g. 192.168.0.0 / 255.255.255.0)|
|Domain suffix||The suffix of a DNS name (e.g. .example.com or host.example.com)|
Note that exceptions that are defined using base address and network mask only apply to requests using an IP address (e.g. http://192.168.0.1/update). Exceptions that are defined using a domain suffix only apply to requests using a domain name (e.g. http://host.example.com/update).