= Wildnet- pCloudy documentation

Activate Wildnet with Web Debugging Proxy

Now you can inspect a request/response on pCloudy devices through Web debugging Proxy feature for your own local proxy or server proxies like Charles Proxy using the Wildnet. This feature can be used for both internet and intranet enabled sites.

Prerequisite:


Please ensure that the Charles Proxy is running on the local network / machine before you start the process.

1. Make a note of the Proxy Port from your preferred Web Debugging server tool.

For Charles proxy -> Open Charles Proxy

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Hover over the settings icon and choose Proxy Settings

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On the Proxies tab in the Proxy Settings Dialog box you will find the Port number under the HTTP Proxy section.

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Please make a note of the proxy port listed.

2. You can run the WildNet using the below mentioned executable command on the terminal.

For Windows ./<filename> -i <email> -k <api access key> -u <cloud URL> --proxy <ip:port> For Mac: ./<filename> -i <email> -k <api access key> -u <cloud URL> --proxy <ip:port> For Linux ./<filename> -i <email> -k <api access key> -u <cloud URL> --proxy <ip:port>

Example:

./pCloudyWildNetWindows_v2 -i sample@test.com -k pass123 -u https://device.pcloudy.com --proxy 127.0.0.1:8000

Note: Please use below mentioned URL for

Public(India):https://device.pcloudy.com

Public(US) :https://us.pcloudy.com

Private :https://private-cloud.pcloudy.com

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3. Now, you will need to go to the Device Page on the pCloudy Platform, connect a device and click on Enable WildNet as shown in the screenshot below.

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4. Open any local url or application on the device to send a request/response on Wildnet

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5. You can go to Charles Proxy Inspector to inspect each request/response to check the Web Debugging performance.

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