- Hosts are denied direct connectivity to Platform9 Cloud (Management Plane).
- Connectivity to the Management Plane is forwarded by a proxy server. In such cases, testing connectivity using
- Platform9 Managed OpenStack - All Versions
- Platform9 Managed Kubernetes - All Versions
- Connectivity the the Platform9 Cloud (Management Plane) via proxy server can be tested on the host using the curl command. The syntax is as follows.
$ curl -Lv -x <http/https>://<PROXY_FQDN/IP>:<PORT_NUMBER> https://<MANGEMENT_PLANE_FQDN>
- If the proxy server is configured for http, use the following curl command.
$ curl -Lv -x http://proxy.com:8080 https://portal.platform9.net
- However, if it is configured for https, tweak the command as shown below.
$ curl -Lv -x https://proxy.com:8080 https://portal.platform9.net
- Certain proxy servers forward request only after authentication. Pass the credentials to the curl command using the -U option, as shown where admin is the username and platform9 is the password.
$ curl -Lv -U admin:platform9 -x http://proxy.com:8080 https://portal.platform9.net
- If the proxy server authenticates using Microsoft's security protocol NTLM(New Technology LAN Manager) then pass the option
--proxy-ntlmand domain. Prepend the domain to the username separated by two backward slashes (\\). For example, if the domain is cloud then run as follows.
$ curl -Lv --proxy-ntlm -U cloud\\admin:platform9 -x http://proxy.com:8080 https://portal.platform9.net