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Sending data through a TCP proxy server to the
BlackBerry Infrastructure

When you activate the
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
, it sends data over port 443 (HTTPS) to activate with
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
. After it is activated, the
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
sends and receives data over port 3101 (TCP). You can configure the
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
to route HTTPS or TCP data through a proxy server that is behind your organization’s firewall. The
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
does not support authentication with a proxy server.
You can configure multiple TCP proxy servers configured with SOCKS v5 (no authentication) to connect to
BlackBerry UEM
. Multiple TCP proxy servers configured with SOCKS v5 (no authentication) can provide support if one of the active proxy server instances is not functioning correctly.
You configure only a single port that all SOCKS v5 service instances must listen on. If you are configuring more than one TCP proxy server with SOCKS v5, each server must share the proxy listening port.