Specify settings of an HTTP or SOCKS proxy server if you want the traffic to go through it when DataGrip accesses the Internet. The HTTP proxy works for both HTTP and HTTPS connections.
These settings affect the connections that DataGrip establishes to download JDBC drivers, download plugins, check license validity, synchronize IDE settings between instances, and perform other tasks for the IDE itself.
Connect directly without a proxy.
Auto-detect proxy settings
Use the system proxy settings or an automatically detected proxy auto-config (PAC) file.
Automatic proxy configuration URL: Manually specify the location of the PAC file.
Clear passwords: Clear the passwords for the specified proxy.
Host name: Specify the proxy hostname or IP address.
Port number: Specify the proxy port number.
No proxy for: Specify one or several host names or IP addresses for which no proxy should be specified. You can use an asterisk to denote a wildcard for any number of characters, and a comma to separate addresses.
Proxy authentication: Select this checkbox if your proxy requires authentication.
Login: Specify the user for connecting to the proxy.
Password: Specify the password associated with the user (login).
Remember: Select this checkbox if you want DataGrip to remember the password. Otherwise, you will be asked to provide the password every time DataGrip connects to the proxy.
Click to check the proxy settings and, in the window that opens, enter a URL to check connection to it through the specified proxy server.