The following example demonstrates a FoxyProxy configuration using Google

The following example demonstrates a foxyproxy

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The following example demonstrates a FoxyProxy configuration using Google Chrome. The relevant settings that are loaded from the configuration file in the example are as follows: Host or IP Address —This is set to localhost with the Port set to 8157 in the example. You should set this port to the local port number that you used to establish the SSH tunnel with the master node in Option 2, Part 1: Set Up an SSH Tunnel to the Master Node Using Dynamic Port Forwarding (p. 320) . This port must also match the port number you use in PuTTY or other terminal emulator you use to connect. SOCKS v5 configuration is specified. Login credentials are not specified. URL Patterns The following URL patterns are whitelisted and specified with a wildcard pattern type: • The *ec2*.amazonaws.com* and *10*.amazonaws.com* patterns match the public DNS name of clusters in US regions. • The *ec2*.compute* and *10*.compute* patterns match the public DNS name of clusters in all other regions. • The 10.* pattern provides access to the JobTracker log files in Hadoop. Alter this filter if it conflicts with your network access plan. Configure FoxyProxy for Google Chrome You can configure FoxyProxy for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. FoxyProxy provides a set of proxy management tools that allow you to use a proxy server for URLs that match patterns corresponding to the domains used by the Amazon EC2 instances in your Amazon EMR cluster. To install and configure FoxyProxy using Google Chrome 1. See and follow the links and instructions to add FoxyProxy to Chrome. 2. Using a text editor, create a file named foxyproxy-settings.xml with the following contents: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <foxyproxy> 323
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Amazon EMR Management Guide View Web Interfaces Hosted on Amazon EMR Clusters <proxies> <proxy name="emr-socks-proxy" id="2322596116" notes="" fromSubscription="false" enabled="true" mode="manual" selectedTabIndex="2" lastresort="false" animatedIcons="true" includeInCycle="true" color="#0055E5" proxyDNS="true" noInternalIPs="false" autoconfMode="pac" clearCacheBeforeUse="false" disableCache="false" clearCookiesBeforeUse="false" rejectCookies="false"> <matches> <match enabled="true" name="*ec2*.amazonaws.com*" pattern="*ec2*.amazonaws.com*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false" caseSensitive="false" fromSubscription="false" /> <match enabled="true" name="*ec2*.compute*" pattern="*ec2*.compute*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false" caseSensitive="false" fromSubscription="false" /> <match enabled="true" name="10.*" pattern=".*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false" caseSensitive="false" fromSubscription="false" /> <match enabled="true" name="*10*.amazonaws.com*" pattern="*10*.amazonaws.com*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false" caseSensitive="false" fromSubscription="false" /> <match enabled="true" name="*10*.compute*" pattern="*10*.compute*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false" caseSensitive="false" fromSubscription="false" /> <match enabled="true" name="*.compute.internal*" pattern="*.compute.internal*" isRegEx="false" isBlackList="false" isMultiLine="false"
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