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Using Rover with a Proxy Server

Configure Rover for HTTP or SOCKS5 proxy servers

If you have an HTTP or SOCKS5 proxy server on your network between a host running and Apollo's endpoints, you must set the HTTP_PROXY environment variable to the hostname or IP address of the proxy server. If you're using a secure proxy server, you instead set HTTPS_PROXY.

HTTP(S)_PROXY is a standard environment variable. Like any environment variable, the specific steps you use to set it depends on your operating system.


On the same line:

HTTPS_PROXY=socks5:// \
rover graph check my-company@prod --profile work


export HTTPS_PROXY=socks5://
rover graph check my-company@prod --profile work

Bypassing the proxy

If you have the HTTP(S)_PROXY environment variable set in your environment but you want Rover to bypass the proxy, set the NO_PROXY environment variable to true.

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