Network Settings for Remote Repositories

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Network settings for remote repositories are described below.





If your organization requires you to go through a proxy to access a remote repository, this parameter lets you select the corresponding Proxy Key. For more details on setting up proxies in Artifactory please refer to Managing Proxies.Manage Proxy Servers

No Proxy

To prevent auto-updates during the edit of system proxies, a flag was added in release 7.41.7 called No Proxy (in the UI) or disableProxy (in the REST API).

The flag is set to false by default - since it turns off the use of a proxy for this repository and prevents proxy updating during system proxy changes.

Disabling the Proxy

With the release of 7.41.7, the functionality to disable a remote proxy requires you to set this action in the UI (or API) to ensure that no proxy is used.

Local Address

When working on multi-homed systems, this parameter lets you specify which specific interface (IP address) should be used to access the remote repository.

This can be used to ensure that access to the remote repository is not blocked by firewalls or other organizational security systems.

Socket Timeout

The time (in ms) that Artifactory waits (for both a socket and a connection) before giving up on an attempt to retrieve an artifact from a remote repository.

Upon reaching the specified Socket Timeout Artifactory registers the repository as "assumed offline" for the period of time specified in Assumed Offline Period.

Query Params

A custom set of parameters that should automatically be included in all HTTP requests to this remote repository.

For example, param1=value1&param2=value2&param3=value3

Lenient Host Authentication

When set, allows using the repository credentials on any host to which the original request is redirected.

Cookie Management

When set, the repository will allow cookie management to work with servers that require them.

Using Oracle Maven Repository

To use Oracle Maven Repository:

  • Set your Oracle credentials in Username and Password of the Remote Credentials

  • Set Lenient Host Authentication

  • Set Enable Cookie Management.