Viewerhelp:Proxy Settings

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Use HTTP proxy for web pages - check to route web traffic through an HTTP proxy, then enter:
  • HTTP proxy - IP address or name of HTTP proxy server.
  • Port number


Use SOCKS5 proxy for UDP traffic - check to route UDP traffic through the SOCKS 5 proxy, then enter:
  • SOCKS 5 proxy - IP address or name of SOCKS 5 proxy server.
  • Port number
SOCKS authentication  

Select:

  • No authentication if the proxy server does not require authentication.
  • Username / password if the proxy server requires authentication. Then enter values in the Username and Password fields.
Other HTTP traffic proxy  
  • Do not proxy
  • Use SOCKS5 proxy - available if you have specified a SOCKS 5 proxy server.
  • Use HTTP proxy - available if you have specified an HTTP proxy server.

For more detailed information on these proxy settings, see Proxy settings in the Extended Second Life Knowledge Base.

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