Debian 8 Jessie
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Proxy Clients' Settings : Debian
2015/05/17
 
Configure Proxy Client to connect to the Proxy server.
[1] Configure proxy settings like follows on Debian Client.
root@client:~#
vi /etc/profile
# add follows to the end (set proxy settings to the environment variables)

MY_PROXY_URL="http://prox.srv.world:3128/"
HTTP_PROXY=$MY_PROXY_URL
HTTPS_PROXY=$MY_PROXY_URL
FTP_PROXY=$MY_PROXY_URL
http_proxy=$MY_PROXY_URL
https_proxy=$MY_PROXY_URL
ftp_proxy=$MY_PROXY_URL
export HTTP_PROXY HTTPS_PROXY FTP_PROXY http_proxy https_proxy ftp_proxy
root@client:~#
source /etc/profile
# it's OK all, but it's possible to set proxy settings for each application like follows.

# for apt

root@client:~#
vi /etc/apt/apt.conf
# create new

Acquire::http::proxy "http://prox.srv.world:3128/";
Acquire::https::proxy "https://prox.srv.world:3128/";
Acquire::ftp::proxy "ftp://prox.srv.world:3128/";
# for wget

root@client:~#
vi /etc/wgetrc
# add follows to the end

http_proxy = http://prox.srv.world:3128/
https_proxy = http://prox.srv.world:3128/
ftp_proxy = http://prox.srv.world:3128/
Proxy Clients' Settings : Windows
 
Configure proxy settings like follows on Windows Client.
[2] For exmaple on Firefox,
Open [Tool] - [Option] and move to [Detail] - [Network] tab, and then click "connection settings".
[3] Check a box "Configure Proxy manually" and input your server's hostname or IP address. It's OK, it's possible to access to the web via proxy server.
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