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Install a standalone
BlackBerry Router

BlackBerry Router
is an optional component that you can install in a DMZ outside of your organization's firewall. The
BlackBerry Router
connects to the Internet to send data between
BlackBerry UEM
and devices that use the
BlackBerry Infrastructure
. The
BlackBerry Router
functions as a proxy server and can support SOCKS v5 (no authentication). For more information about configuring the
BlackBerry Router
as a TCP proxy server, see the Configuration content.
  • Note that you must install a standalone
    BlackBerry Router
    on a computer that does not host any other
  • Note that the installer for the
    BlackBerry Router
    requires JRE 8 (latest update version, 64-bit). For more information, see KB 52117.
  • Verify that you have the name of the SRP host. The SRP host name is usually
    <country code> (for example,
  • If the server is not part of a domain, you must specify the service account credentials as server name\user. For more information about configuring the service account, see Configure permissions for the service account.
  1. On the computer where you want to install the
    BlackBerry Router
    , download and extract the
    Installation file (.zip).
  2. In the
    folder, extract the
    zip file.
  3. In the
    file, edit the
    property with the correct country code and SRP host. For example,
  4. In the
    folder, double-click the
    file to install the
    BlackBerry Router
    The installation runs in the background and displays no dialog boxes. Once the installation completes, the
    BlackBerry Router
    service appears in the Services window.