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Setting up the various types of gateway 'proxy' can be
confusing ... you have option of a http type proxy for
your connections or the internal iplanet proxy which is
for the secure proxy you only need to do ...
. reverse any changes you may have made to platform.conf on the gateway
. from console -> manage gateway profile -> advanced
HTTP Proxy Enabled checkbox crossed
HTTP Proxy Port (pick a high one).
once enabled, you should be able to manually start
ipshttpd and see it listening on the allocated port.
netstat -an | grep highport
restart your gateway and it will forward requests to this.
ditto if you want to use the netlet proxy.
I've got the same problem in the setting which gw and portal in seperate machine.
I fact, i had a testing machine which installed gw and portal server in the same machine. In this environment, there is no error for configuring Http Proxy. I use 8900 as the port num.
In my prod env't, gw and portal is installed in seperate machines and gw has configured https (SSL) which listem to port 443. After I enabled HTTP proxy and set the port num as 8900, it always return gateway 502 error