Connection String | Proxy Server - CLI - Connection String - Call-Level Interface Version 2

Teradata® Call-Level Interface Version 2 Reference for Workstation-Attached Systems - 20.00

Deployment
VantageCloud
VantageCore
Edition
Enterprise
IntelliFlex
Lake
VMware
Product
Call-Level Interface Version 2
Release Number
20.00
Published
January 2024
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2024-05-14
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Product Category
Teradata Tools and Utilities

Proxy server settings can be passed to CLI via the connection string. The following connection string parameters are supported:

http_proxy

Hostname or IP address of the proxy server to use for HTTP requests. Typical HTTP requests made by CLI are to CRL distribution points or OCSP responders for SSL certificate revocation checking. The format for the http_proxy parameter is:

[http://][username:password@](host-name|ipv4_address|ipv6_address)[:port]

http_proxy_user

Proxy server username for proxy server given in http_proxy. If the username is specified in the http_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set http_proxy_user.

http_proxy_password

Proxy server password for proxy server given in http_proxy. If the password is specified in the http_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set http_proxy_password.

https_proxy

Hostname or IP address of the proxy server to use for HTTPS or TLS requests. Typical HTTPS/TLS requests made by CLI are to Identity Providers when using LOGMECH=BROWSER, or when using TLS connections to a DBS node. The format for the https_proxy parameter is:

[http://][username:password@](host-name|ipv4_address|ipv6_address)[:port]

https_proxy_user

Proxy server username for proxy server given in https_proxy. If the username is specified in the https_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set https_proxy_user.

https_proxy_password

Proxy server password for proxy server given in https_proxy. If the password is specified in the https_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set https_proxy_password.

all_proxy

Hostname or IP address of the proxy server to use for HTTP, HTTPS, and TLS requests. Use this parameter instead of http_proxy and https_proxy when the proxy server address is the same for both HTTP and HTTPS/TLS requests. The format for the all_proxy parameter is:

[http://][username:password@](host-name|ipv4_address|ipv6_address)[:port]

all_proxy_user

Proxy server username for proxy server given in all_proxy. If the username is specified in the all_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set all_proxy_user.

all_proxy_password

Proxy server password for proxy server given in all_proxy. If the password is specified in the all_proxy parameter, it is not necessary to set all_proxy_password.

proxy_bypass

A comma separated list of hostname, domain, and IP address patterns which will be connected to directly and not through a proxy server. The patterns can be of the following formats:

Pattern Example Example
hostname.domain server.example.com
domain example.com
IPv4 address 192.168.1.1
IPv4 address range 192.168.0.0/16
IPv6 address ::1

The proxy_bypass value is used for http_proxy, https_proxy, and all_proxy servers.