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ProxyClients parameter specifies the IP addresses or host names for proxy clients that are permitted to send actions to the ACI server. Separate multiple addresses with a comma. There must be no space before or after a comma.
When an action is received, if the client address does not appear in the AdminClients, or QueryClients parameter, but it does appear in the
ProxyClients parameter, the X-Forwarded-For HTTP header is processed. The header is then used to determine whether the action was forwarded from an allowed client by a trusted Proxy.
If you use a chain of load balancer or proxy components, you must add each IP address to the list in
ProxyClients. The server rejects any request that comes from one of the
ProxyClients IP addresses, but that does not contain an X-Forwarded-For HTTP Header that corresponds to AdminClients or QueryClients.
You can use wildcards in the IP addresses. For example, type
187.*.*.* to specify any machine with an IP address that begins with 187. You can also filter the
ProxyClients parameter using CIDR notation.
A load balancer with IP address 126.96.36.199 forwards query actions to IDOL from an application server host with IP address 188.8.131.52. For this setup, the configuration is: