You can configure sessions to connect through a SOCKS proxy server or an HTTP server.
SOCKS is supported for VT, 3270, and 5250 terminals.
HTTP is supported only for VT terminals.
Before you start
Make sure your system has a proxy server or servers and that you know the following information:
If you are setting up a connection to a SOCKS server, know the proxy server address and protocol version.
If you are setting up a connection to an HTTP server, know the proxy server address and port.
To set up a session to connect through a SOCKS proxy server or an SSL/TLS server
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User Interface Mode
Ribbon or Reflection Browser
From the Quick Access Toolbar, click thebutton.
Tap the Folder icon and then under, select .
From thebox, select a document template and click .
In thedialog box, under , enter the Host name/IP address.
Clickand then click .
In the Settings dialog box, under, click .
If you are configuring a 3270 or 5250 terminal session, in the Configure Advanced Connection Settings dialog box, Under, click .
On the Security Properties dialog boxtab, select r and then select the proxy type:
SOCKS (supported for VT, 3270, and 5250 terminals).
HTTP (supported only for VT).
If you want to designate only one HTTP proxy server, configure the session for the proxy server as follows:
Enter theand the .
Enter the serverand .
If you want to use authentication that requires a user name and password, selectand enter the user name for the proxy server. (If this is not selected, no authentication is used.)
If you want to configure more than one proxy server or configure specific destination routes, leave the fields in the(or ) group blank and click .