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 1 ############################################################  # Default Networking Configuration File  #  # This file may contain default values for the networking system properties.  # These values are only used when the system properties are not specified  # on the command line or set programatically.  # For now, only the various proxy settings can be configured here.  ############################################################  # Whether or not the DefaultProxySelector will default to System Proxy  # settings when they do exist.  # Set it to 'true' to enable this feature and check for platform  # specific proxy settings  # Note that the system properties that do explicitely set proxies  # (like http.proxyHost) do take precedence over the system settings  # even if java.net.useSystemProxies is set to true.    java.net.useSystemProxies=false  #------------------------------------------------------------------------  # Proxy configuration for the various protocol handlers.  # DO NOT uncomment these lines if you have set java.net.useSystemProxies  # to true as the protocol specific properties will take precedence over  # system settings.  #------------------------------------------------------------------------  # HTTP Proxy settings. proxyHost is the name of the proxy server  # (e.g. proxy.mydomain.com), proxyPort is the port number to use (default  # value is 80) and nonProxyHosts is a '|' separated list of hostnames which  # should be accessed directly, ignoring the proxy server (default value is  # localhost & 127.0.0.1).  #  # http.proxyHost=  # http.proxyPort=80  http.nonProxyHosts=localhost|127.*|[::1]  #  # HTTPS Proxy Settings. proxyHost is the name of the proxy server  # (e.g. proxy.mydomain.com), proxyPort is the port number to use (default  # value is 443). The HTTPS protocol handlers uses the http nonProxyHosts list.  #  # https.proxyHost=  # https.proxyPort=443  #  # FTP Proxy settings. proxyHost is the name of the proxy server  # (e.g. proxy.mydomain.com), proxyPort is the port number to use (default  # value is 80) and nonProxyHosts is a '|' separated list of hostnames which  # should be accessed directly, ignoring the proxy server (default value is  # localhost & 127.0.0.1).  #  # ftp.proxyHost=  # ftp.proxyPort=80  ftp.nonProxyHosts=localhost|127.*|[::1]  #  # Gopher Proxy settings. proxyHost is the name of the proxy server  # (e.g. proxy.mydomain.com), proxyPort is the port number to use (default  # value is 80)  #  # gopher.proxyHost=  # gopher.proxyPort=80  #  # Socks proxy settings. socksProxyHost is the name of the proxy server  # (e.g. socks.domain.com), socksProxyPort is the port number to use  # (default value is 1080)  #  # socksProxyHost=  # socksProxyPort=1080  #  # HTTP Keep Alive settings. remainingData is the maximum amount of data  # in kilobytes that will be cleaned off the underlying socket so that it  # can be reused (default value is 512K), queuedConnections is the maximum  # number of Keep Alive connections to be on the queue for clean up (default  # value is 10).  # http.KeepAlive.remainingData=512  # http.KeepAlive.queuedConnections=10  # Authentication Scheme restrictions for HTTP and HTTPS.  #  # In some environments certain authentication schemes may be undesirable  # when proxying HTTP or HTTPS. For example, "Basic" results in effectively the  # cleartext transmission of the user's password over the physical network.  # This section describes the mechanism for disabling authentication schemes  # based on the scheme name. Disabled schemes will be treated as if they are not  # supported by the implementation.  #  # The 'jdk.http.auth.tunneling.disabledSchemes' property lists the authentication  # schemes that will be disabled when tunneling HTTPS over a proxy, HTTP CONNECT.  # The 'jdk.http.auth.proxying.disabledSchemes' property lists the authentication  # schemes that will be disabled when proxying HTTP.  #  # In both cases the property is a comma-separated list of, case-insensitive,  # authentication scheme names, as defined by their relevant RFCs. An  # implementation may, but is not required to, support common schemes whose names  # include: 'Basic', 'Digest', 'NTLM', 'Kerberos', 'Negotiate'. A scheme that  # is not known, or not supported, by the implementation is ignored.  #  # Note: This property is currently used by the JDK Reference implementation. It  # is not guaranteed to be examined and used by other implementations.  #  #jdk.http.auth.proxying.disabledSchemes=  jdk.http.auth.tunneling.disabledSchemes=Basic