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Nagios Fusion - Using A Proxy Server

Using A Proxy Server

This document shows how to configure Nagios Fusion to use a proxy server. In environments where your Nagios Fusion server does not have direct internet access you can use a proxy server for update checks, license activation and license maintenance checks. Nagios Fusion can also use the proxy server for polling fused servers.

Documentation - Using A Proxy Server


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