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JFrog Container Registry Guide
To create a new proxy definition, in the Admin module go to Configuration | Proxies and click the "New" button.
Fields that are not required by the proxy may be left blank (for example, if you are not using authentication credentials or with an NTLM proxy you may leave the Username and Password fields blank).
|The unique ID of the proxy.|
When set, this proxy will be the default proxy for new remote repositories and for internal HTTP requests issued by JFrog Container Registry.
When you set this checkbox, JFrog Container Registry displays a confirmation message and offers to apply the proxy setting also to existing remote repository configurations.
|The name of the proxy host.|
|The proxy port number.|
|The proxy username when authentication credentials are required.|
|The proxy password when authentication credentials are required.|
|The computer name of the machine (the machine connecting to the NTLM proxy).|
|The proxy domain/realm name.|
Redirecting Proxy target Hosts
An optional list of newline or comma separated host names to which this proxy may redirect requests.
The credentials defined for the proxy are reused by requests redirected to all of these hosts.
JFrog Container Registry only accesses a remote repository through a proxy if one is selected in the Network section of the Advanced settings for a remote repository.
Whether this has been set manually, or by setting a System Default proxy as described above, you can override this by removing the Proxy setting for any specific repository.
In this case, JFrog Container Registry will access the specific repository without going through a proxy.