A proxy server is a computer that acts as a gateway between your local network, your device and a larger-scale network, such as the internet. Proxy servers provide increased performance and security.
- Tap Settings on the toolbar.
- Tap the Wi-Fi or Wired (Ethernet) option in the in the Device & Network section.
- For Wi-Fi:
- Select the network from the list.
- Tap on the Advanced Options checkbox to select it.
- Scroll down and tap the arrow next to Proxy, then select Manual.
For Wired (Ethernet):
- Select either DHCP or Static IP.
- If you select DHCP, tap on the drop-down arrow next to Proxy Setting and select Manual.
- Enter the IP address, HTTP or HTTPS proxy address of your proxy server in the Proxy Hostname field.
- Enter the port the device should use to send network traffic to the Proxy Server in the Proxy Port field.
- (Optional) Enter any specific URLs or URL patterns (such as internal addresses) that you wish to bypass the proxy in the Bypass field.
- If your Proxy Server requires authentication, select the Need Authentication check box and additional fields will appear.
- Enter the Proxy username in the Proxy Username field. This may be case sensitive for some proxy servers.
- Enter the Proxy password in the Proxy Password field. This is case sensitive for proxy servers.
If you are unable to connect to the internet, ask your IT department or internet provider to check the internet settings before you contact Pitney Bowes. If you still need assistance, please use the Contact Us options below.
UPDATED: 27 April 2021