About the Data Center proxy service

A new Data Center proxy service is available to system administrators who are Data Center customers and wish to have their servers on private IP space, which greatly limits possible attack vectors. The proxy service allows systems on private IP space to access specified IPs/URLs outside the Indiana University network to download necessary patches and updates.

To request the Data Center proxy service, go to the DataCenter Proxy Submission Form. Eventually, requests for the service will be incorporated into the Campus Network Portal.

Notes:
  • This service will be limited to Data Center systems; Campus Networks reserves the right to review requested access to IPs/URLs.
  • Wildcard URLs are not currently supported.
  • You must be granted access to the proxy service before you can use it.

The proxy address is 156.56.18.228; use port 8080 for http traffic and port 8443 for https traffic.

This is document bfxq in the Knowledge Base.
Last modified on 2016-05-10 00:00:00.

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