Setup will ask if you want to connect through a proxy server and, if so, it will automatically configure the system for you. Otherwise, if you need to configure manually, please continue reading.
There is no way to set a global proxy on Linux, but several tools will route their traffic through a proxy if the following lines are added to
http_proxy=<proxy_url> https_proxy=<proxy_url> ftp_proxy=<proxy_url> no_proxy="localhost, 127.0.0.1, <management_ip>, <hostname>"
<proxy_url>is the url of the proxy server. (For example,
<management_ip>is the IP address of the Security Onion box.
<hostname>is the hostname of the Security Onion box.
You may also need to include the IP address and hostname of the manager in the
no_proxy variable above if configuring the proxy on a forward node.
In addition to the above, Security Onion also makes use of pillar values in the file
/opt/so/saltstack/local/pillar/minions/<HOSTNAME>_<ROLE>.sls on managers. Edit that file as below, following the same substitutions from above:
... manager: ... proxy: '<proxy_url>' no_proxy: 'localhost, 127.0.0.1, <management_ip>, <hostname>' ...
The above snippet is truncated, ellipses (
... ) should be treated as one or more lines in the file.
To configure git to use a proxy for all users, add the following to
[http] proxy = <proxy_url>
If you’re going to run something using sudo, remember to use the
-i option to force it to process the environment variables. For example:
sudo -i so-rule-update
sudo su - will ignore
/etc/environment, instead use
sudo su if you need to operate as root.