Proxy per page setting

  • Hello there folks!
    I need to use at least two different proxies in my network environment. Say i have an IP camera inside some local net which i access through 1-st proxy server. There is no route to this subnet from my location.
    And i have another IP camera which i access via 2-nd proxy server. Again there is no route this second subnet. That's why using proxy servers is a must.
    Is there a way to setup Opera brower to use separate proxy server for each camera page?
    There is Overrides File setting, it's mentioned in help, but i cannot find how to use it. I have Opera 49 browser on Windows 7. Or this setting was before in earlier versions of Opera...
    I tried to setup Opera's Preferences file to have overrides_file setting, but it didn't work.
    I can not find syntax and examples of such setting, I am afraid this feature is deprecated for some reason which would be an epic fail for me...
    It is very important to get this thing done. Or as an alernative, maybe there is some Opera extention that has similar functionality to set up proxy-per-page setting?
    Yes, i could use different browsers for accessing different cameras, but Opera is the best browser ever, i don't want to use FF or Chrome, i don't want to even think of using IE or Edge... Or i can start two Opera instances with two different comman line params for different proxy... but it's not that nice looking.
    I would greatly appreceate your help!
    Thanks in advance!

  • There is no option to bypass the proxy for a specific site.

    Opera uses the system proxy, I don't know if you could set some exceptions directly there.

  • i've already put in a request for the following.

    Disable VPN For Certain Sites

  • @chuchkyschild Your request is for VPN, not for proxy.

  • @leocg said in Proxy per page setting:

    There is no option to bypass the proxy for a specific site.

    Opera uses the system proxy, I don't know if you could set some exceptions directly there.

    it's not bypassing proxy for certain sites. it's about using different proxy for certain sites. Say, i go to 10.201.2.38:81 via 10.12.199.47:3128 and i go to 10.215.3.234:81 via 10.63.0.12:3128.
    In older versions of Opera there WAS such an option - one could use Overrides File config setting, and inside this overrides.ini file, one could set up different proxies for different sites, just like that:

    //Opera overrides file
    [Overrides]
    10.201.2.38
    10.215.3.234

    [10.201.2.38]
    Proxy|Use HTTP=1
    Proxy|HTTP server=10.12.199.47:3128
    Proxy|HTTPS server=10.12.199.47:3128
    Proxy|FTP server=10.12.199.47:3128

    [10.215.3.234]
    Proxy|Use HTTP=1
    Proxy|HTTP server=10.63.0.81:3128
    Proxy|HTTPS server=10.63.0.81:3128
    Proxy|FTP server=10.63.0.81:3128

  • @mrenst No such option in Opera Chromium.

  • @leocg
    Tha;s bad, tha's real bad...

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