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Custom proxy connection settings

It is possible to configure proxy settings of FTP & Cloud Connection Actions. If your network configuration blocks all direct connections to the Internet, then the proxy configuration is mandatory. Otherwise, all these settings are optional:

ProxyHost The hostname or IP address of the proxy server. Examples:
  • proxy.example.com
  • 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:370:7334
ProxyPort Define the port number used to connect to the proxy server (valid range 0–65535). Examples:
  • 80
  • 8080
  • 3128
ProxyUsername A username for authentication when connecting to the proxy server (SOCKS4, SOCKS5, and HTTP).
ProxyPassword A password—credential required to establish a secure connection with your proxy server (SOCKS5 and HTTP).
FtpProxyLogonType The logon type for FTP, SFTP, and Cloud connections made via a proxy server. Valid values—1, 2, 3, or 4:
  • 1 · SOCKS4
  • 2 · SOCKS5
  • 3 · HTTP
  • 4 · Telnet (the ProxyTelnetCommand is required).
ProxyDNS Use the local DNS or perform DNS resolution on the proxy server. Valid values—1, 2, or 3:
  • 1 · use your local DNS
  • 2 · automatic DNS
  • 3 · use the proxy DNS.
ProxyTelnetCommand Example:
connect %host %port\n
More information about variable substitution and syntax for usernames and passwords.
More… Other options to finetune FTP & Cloud connections and transfers.
Regular settings Besides the proxy configuration, other custom connection settings can also be adjusted, such as the delay between automatic reconnection attempts, preferred TLS versions, etc.

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