The newest version of Nginx proxy manager gets a fresh look, with a new interface, a new feature, and more.
Nginx 1.2.1, the latest release, is now available for download.
It comes with several bug fixes, as well as a new dashboard.
The most notable feature of Noxon 1.x is the ability to filter the proxy servers for the local network.
That allows you to filter out sites that you don’t want to see in your network.
The feature can be turned off from the main interface, or on from a specific location.
Here’s how it works: Open the browser, navigate to the Nginx home page, and select the Proxy settings page.
The Nginx interface is shown on the right.
Under the Proxy tab, select the server you want to access.
If the IP address of your proxy is listed, you can click on it to open the proxy’s interface.
This opens up the interface for the proxy.
Click on the Proxy server to open its interface.
On the left side of the proxy interface, you will see a tab labeled Networking.
Select the “Local network” option to access the local area network for your proxy.
If you are in a remote network and are unable to access your local network, you must use a proxy that has a gateway on the local side of your network (this will allow you to access Nginx’s local network through the local proxy).
You can find a list of proxy gateways here.
Next, you need to enable “Proxy” to the network.
If there is no proxy available, click on the “Show all” option and then “Show only” to show only the local networks.
Next you need the proxy settings.
Click “New” on the left to add a new server, or “Add a server” on your browser toolbar.
This will open the Proxy Manager interface.
In the “Proxy Settings” tab, choose the IP addresses of the servers you want the proxy to use, and then click on “OK”.
If everything goes well, the proxy should appear in your Nginx web browser.
Clicking the “Add Proxy” button will show the newly created proxy on the server, and you can then browse to your server’s proxy settings page, or visit your server on the Noxons server list.
If all goes well and you are able to access servers, you may also see the message “The proxy has successfully been added to the local cache”.
If the proxy is not showing up on your local cache, make sure you are not using the same IP address for both your proxy and local cache.
To see how the server list looks in the browser interface, go to the server browser and navigate to a new site, or select the proxy page, to open a new page with the server in it.
If your browser has a sidebar, click it and you will be able to see a server’s server list and the server’s cache.
If Nginx is not working for you, it is possible to turn off proxy caching.
In Nginx settings, you have two options to disable caching: “Allow only local cache” and “Allow proxy caching”.
You can turn off both of these settings by setting “Cache all” to “No”.
To turn off caching, you click on your “Local” tab and then select “Cache”.
In the server “Cache Settings” page, you should see the “Cache All” option.
To turn the proxy off, click “Stop” on its menu bar.
This should stop the proxy caching and let Nginx work.
You can check the status of Nuxons cache by going to the “Global Cache” page and clicking on the option labeled “Cache the web server”.
If Noxos cache is not updating when you access Noxona sites, you might need to set the “Enable Cache” to be “Yes”.
If you set it to “Yes”, Nginx will always use the local cached server when you visit Noxo.
You also can set Noxoa to “Allow Proxy” to use the proxy server, but that will make Nginx not cache anything.
To change the “Allow” and/or “Cache” options, you first need to restart Nginx.
To do that, go back to the main Nginx menu and then under “Restart Nginx”, click on its “Restarts” tab.
To restart Noxora, click the “Restore” button and choose “Nginx”.
You will see the NXO menu bar appear, with the Nxo menu bar icon.
Click the “Continue” button to restart the N XO web server.
After Nginx restarts, Nginx should be showing up in the Nuxona browser interface.
You should see a message that Nginx has successfully updated.
To check if Nginx works, you go