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Configure request setting


Add the server URL and set the message you'd like to send to the server.


  1. Click the Config tab right below the server URL.
  2. In Firecamp you can find multiple options to configure WS connection. Following is the list of options with a specific purpose.
Desktop Only

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2.reconnect_attemptDefines how many times reconnect operation performed after connection closed/break.
3.reconnect_timeoutDefines the interval between each reconnects attempt.
Desktop Only
Indicates sub-protocols, so that a single server can implement multiple WebSocket sub-protocols (for example, you might want one server to be able to handle different types of interactions depending on the specified protocol).
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5.Reject Unauthorized
Desktop Only

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Desktop Only
Timeout in milliseconds for the handshake request. This is reset after every redirection.
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Desktop Only
Whether or not to follow redirects.
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Desktop Only
The maximum number of redirects allowed.
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Desktop Only
Value of the Sec-WebSocket-Version header.
The WebSocket protocol version the client wishes to use when communicating with the server. This number should be the most recent version possible listed in the [IANA WebSocket Version Number Registry][10]. The most recent final version of the WebSocket protocol is version 13.
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Desktop Only
The Origin request header indicates where a fetch originates from. It doesn't include any path information, but only the server name.
Desktop Only
The maximum allowed message size in bytes.
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| 5. | default_connection | Defines the connection, which is selected as a default. | | 6. | disable_ssl_validation
Desktop Only | Disable SSL validation. (Allow to connect with the secure server without a certificate, if set to true.) |