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Configure a web proxy server

Push notifications for
devices are sent by the
BlackBerry Dynamics NOC
to the Apple Push Notification Service (APNs). Push notifications for
devices are sent directly to
Firebase Cloud Messaging
(FCM). Because the APNS and FCM reside outside of your enterprise network, a proxy server might be required.
  1. In the
    BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Server Dashboard
    , under
    BEMS System Settings
    BEMS Configuration
  2. Click
    Web Proxy
  3. Select the
    Use Web Proxy
  4. In the
    Proxy Address
    field, enter the FQDN of the web proxy server.
  5. In the
    Proxy Port
    field, type the port number.
  6. Optionally, depending on your environment configuration you can specify URLs or domains that you want to pass through the web proxy server or bypass the web proxy server. If you enter multiple URLs or domains, separate them with a comma (,). You can use wildcards (*) when listing the URLs or domains. The URLs or domains that you list are not case-sensitive.
  7. In the
    Proxy Server Authentication Type
    drop-down list, select an authentication type. By default, the authentication is set to
    If you choose Basic or NTLM authentication, enter the credentials and, optionally, the Domain.
  8. Select the
    Use the Web Proxy settings to connect to Exchange Server
    checkbox, if you want to use the web proxy to communicate with
    Microsoft Exchange Server
    Microsoft Office 365
  9. Select the
    Apply to other nodes in the BEMS cluster
    check box to communicate the
    BlackBerry Proxy
    Good Proxy
    server information to all of the
    nodes in the cluster.
  10. Click
    to verify the connection to the proxy server.
  11. Click