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Gateway's Remote Recording Mode in OpenSTA

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Post  puneet on Thu Oct 07, 2010 11:34 pm

1. In Script Modeler, select Options > Gateway.

Note: If you selected to use Netscape Navigator 4.7 to conduct your recordings, then a browser Information dialog appears.

Click the browse button and locate the Netscape preferences file prefs.js. After you have selected the file, click OK to move on to the Gateway dialog box.

2. In the Gateway dialog box Capture section, click Remote.

3. Type in an Administration Port and Port number if the defaults displayed here are in use. Otherwise accept the defaults displayed.

Note: The Administration Port is used for internal communication between Script Modeler and the Gateway.

4. In the Proxy section of the Gateway dialog box, the selections you make must reflect the settings specified in the Proxy settings dialog of the remote computer you are using, these settings include:

- Proxy Address and Port: Enter the address and port number of the proxy server you want to use to connect to the Internet.

- Secure and Port: Enter the address and port number of the secure proxy server you want to use to connect to the Internet.

- Bypass proxy server for local addresses: Check the box if you do not want to use the proxy server for all local addresses, including intranet addresses. Note: You might be able to gain access to local addresses easier and faster if you do not use the proxy server.

- Do not use proxy server addresses beginning with: Enter the Web addresses that do not need to be, or should not be, accessed through the Proxy server.

5. Click OK to save your settings.

Note: These settings apply to all subsequent recordings until you change them.


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