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Old 07.09.2017, 12:27
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Default JD2 MyJDownloader Proxy does not work

Hi,
i use JDownloader2 headless on my server.
To manage downloads I use MyJDownloader (WebInterface).
I want JD2 to use a proxy server.
So I go to the WebInterface -> settings -> advanced settings -> InternetConnectionSettings: Custom Proxy List
But when I try to enter my configuration an error occurs: Sorry, failed to set new value.

This is my configuration.
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[ {
  "proxy" : {
    "username" : MYUSERNAME,
    "password" : MYPASSWORD,
    "port" : MYPORT,
    "address" : SERVERADDRESS,
    "type" : "SOCKS5",
    "preferNativeImplementation" : false,
    "connectMethodPrefered" : false
  },
  "rangeRequestsSupported" : true,
  "filter" : null,
  "pac" : false,
  "reconnectSupported" : true,
  "enabled" : true
} ]


Please help me. Thanks!
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Old 07.09.2017, 12:31
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Works fine when I set correct values!

MYUSERNAME,MYPASSWORD,SERVERADDRESS are "Strings"
MYPORT is a Number
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Old 07.09.2017, 12:31
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You should also set exclude filter for api.jdownloader.org so JDownloader doesnt use proxy for MyJDownloader itself
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Old 07.09.2017, 12:32
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Easiest configuration is to use a JDownloader with GUI, setup all in Settings-Connections and then copy/paste the advanced settings value
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Old 07.09.2017, 12:56
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It worked now.
I had to write "myuser", "mypass", "serveraddress" and "type" in "".

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[ {
  "proxy" : {
    "username" : "myuser",
    "password" : "mypass",
    "port" : myport,
    "address" : "serveraddress",
    "type" : "SOCKS5",
    "preferNativeImplementation" : false,
    "connectMethodPrefered" : false
  },
  "rangeRequestsSupported" : true,
  "filter" : null,
  "pac" : false,
  "reconnectSupported" : false,
  "enabled" : true
} ]

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Old 07.09.2017, 13:04
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Syntax is JSon
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Old 01.06.2020, 17:25
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Hi,

Is it possible to check if Jdownloader use proxy properly with MyJdownloader ?
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Old 02.06.2020, 13:08
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@billouetaudrey: You should setup JDownloader that way, that MyJDownloader/Updates don't use proxy and downloads do. That way you will notice failing proxy with failing downloads Use board-search how to setup proxy settings in such a configuration
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Old 01.12.2020, 22:00
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@billouetaudrey: You should setup JDownloader that way, that MyJDownloader/Updates don't use proxy and downloads do. That way you will notice failing proxy with failing downloads Use board-search how to setup proxy settings in such a configuration
Thanks, do I need to add before my proxy :

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[{"proxy":{"username":null, "password":null, "port":80, "address":null, "type":"NONE", "preferNativeImplementation":false, "resolveHostName":false, "connectMethodPrefered":false}, "rangeRequestsSupported":true, "filter":null, "pac":false, "reconnectSupported":true, "enabled":false},
Or not need ?

Thanks

Example of my proxy ::

Quote:
{"proxy":{"username":"***", "password":"***", "port":8080, "address":"proxych1.vpnsecure.me", "type":"HTTP", "preferNativeImplementation":false, "resolveHostName":false, "connectMethodPrefered":false}, "rangeRequestsSupported":true, "filter":null, "pac":false, "reconnectSupported":false, "enabled":true},

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Old 03.12.2020, 13:37
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@billouetaudrey
see pastebin.com/KXrFeMxr
it contains settings to make JD use proxy for downloading and direct connection ONLY for JDownloader.
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Old 03.12.2020, 15:41
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@billouetaudrey
see pastebin.com/KXrFeMxr
it contains settings to make JD use proxy for downloading and direct connection ONLY for JDownloader.
Thanks lemme try :D

Seem to be working thanks :D

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