How to access HTTP proxy¶
At Mudfish, each nodes are enabled to support HTTP proxy.
Using Public IPv4 address¶
HTTP proxy is open publicly only with basic authentication based on Mudfish ID / password. A example is as follows:
- Visits http://mudfish.net/server/status and checks ‘US East (Miami - QudraNet)’ name. It’s 126.96.36.199.
- So you can set HTTP proxy setting with accessing IPv4 188.8.131.52 and TCP 18080 port.
If you’re not familiar with changing the proxy setting for your browser, please check Google Chrome Proxy Settings link for Chrome.