weblink.ip.conn[1|2].proxy
weblink.ip.conn[1|2].proxy

weblink.ip.conn[1|2].proxy

This command assigns the URL of the proxy for the connection.
The proxy server protocol, port, domain, username, and password are all encoded into the URL via the format outlined in RFC2396 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt).
The username and password must avoid the invalid characters listed in RFC2396 (e.g. ':', '@', '/', etc). If an invalid character must be used it needs to be escaped using '%' as described in RFC2396.
^JUF, ^JUS, ^JUN, ^JUA
, and
device.restore_defaults
do not have any affect on this setting.

Setvar

To assign the URL of the connection proxy:
! U1 setvar "weblink.ip.conn1.proxy" "url"
! U1 setvar "weblink.ip.conn2.proxy" "url"
Values
  • Any valid URL up to 2048 characters
  • Expected URL format: [http|https]://[user:pass@]domain[:port]/[path]
  • The URL will need to be built according to the server/proxy environment the printer is running within.
Default
""
  • The user:pass, port, and path are all optional.
  • The default scheme must be either
    HTTPS
    or
    HTTP
    . The default is
    HTTP
    .
  • The default port is 1080.
  • The default is to omit the username and password.

Getvar

To retrieve the URL of the connection proxy:
! U1 getvar "weblink.ip.conn1.proxy"
! U1 getvar "weblink.ip.conn2.proxy"

Do

To assign the URL of the connection proxy:
! U1 do "weblink.ip.conn1.proxy" "url"
! U1 do "weblink.ip.conn2.proxy" "url"
Values
  • Any valid URL up to 2048 characters
  • Expected URL format: [http|https]://[user:pass@]domain[:port]/[path]
  • The URL will need to be built according to the server/proxy environment the printer is running within.
Default
""
  • The user:pass, port, and path are all optional.
  • The default scheme must be either
    HTTPS
    or
    HTTP
    . The default is
    HTTP
    .
  • The default port is 1080.
  • The default is to omit the username and password.
Example
Examples of how to connect to various proxy servers:
http://username:password@mydomain.com:3128/
http://mydomain.com/