Proxy Settings

Overview

Admins can configure proxy settings within the FIDO Control Center. The proxy settings are part of the global settings which impacts every Relying Party (RP) created via the Control Center. Proxy Settings are available in Server versions 3.8 and onward.

What traffic goes through the proxy?

The only traffic that goes through the proxy is the Firebase PUSH. This only applies to out-of-band (OOB) authentication.

Why proxy settings are needed?

The proxy settings are needed only if the server does not directly access the Firebase service.

Adding Proxy Server Details

Step 1. Go to the global Settings, click on 'Proxy Server' then click 'Add Proxy Server'.

Step 2. A pop-up will request you to enter the proxy server details.

Step 3. After adding the details, admins can click on 'Test Proxy' to check the connectivity between the HYPR Server and Proxy Server. If the setting details are correct and there is a connection between the two servers, then the following screen will be displayed:

Otherwise, the following failure message will appear.

Step 4. After adding the proxy settings, proxy details will appear in the table:

The table contains details such as:

  1. Host URL
  2. Port Number
  3. Edit or Delete options

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Note

This is an outbound proxy used to communicate to PUSH services for OOB communication, defined as notification services.

Updated about a year ago

Proxy Settings


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