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firmware: support proxy settings, base/kernel lock, opnsense-devel choice #1239

fichtner opened this issue Oct 26, 2016 · 1 comment


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@fichtner fichtner commented Oct 26, 2016

I was testing OPNsense as an additional firewall & router for certain VLANs behind another firewall and proxy.
So OPNsense is installed in the existing private LAN side behind an existing proxy, port 8080.
When trying to update or get the list of plugins,  I always got : No Connection.
I had no luck using the integrated proxy with defining an upstream Proxy, also set_env did not work.

I solved my problem by adding the proxy directly to the pkg.conf via Console - Shell:
vi /usr/local/etc/pkg.conf , add 
pkg_env : {
http_proxy: "http://your-poxy-ip:port/"


@fichtner fichtner added the feature label Oct 26, 2016
@fichtner fichtner added this to the Future milestone Oct 26, 2016
@fichtner fichtner self-assigned this Oct 26, 2016
@fichtner fichtner modified the milestones: Future, 18.1 Nov 20, 2017
@fichtner fichtner changed the title firmware: support proxy settings firmware: support proxy settings, base/kernel lock, opnsense-devel choice Nov 20, 2017

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@fichtner fichtner commented Dec 17, 2017

Looks like a duplicate of #1992 -- no need for proxy at this point.

@fichtner fichtner closed this Dec 17, 2017
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