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Configure request setting

Prerequisites#

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

Directions#

  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.
#OptionsDescription
1.Reconnect
Desktop Only

[More from reference][1]
<!--2.auto_reconnect
2.reconnect_attemptDefines how many times reconnect operation performed after connection closed/break.
3.reconnect_timeoutDefines the interval between each reconnects attempt.
4.protocols
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).
[More from reference][1]
5.Reject Unauthorized
Desktop Only

[More from reference][1]
6.handshake_timeout
Desktop Only
Timeout in milliseconds for the handshake request. This is reset after every redirection.
[Know more from reference][8]
7.follow_redirects
Desktop Only
Whether or not to follow redirects.
[More from reference][7]
8.max_redirects
Desktop Only
The maximum number of redirects allowed.
[Know more from reference][9]
9.protocol_version
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.
[More from reference][10.1]
10.origin
Desktop Only
The Origin request header indicates where a fetch originates from. It doesn't include any path information, but only the server name.
11.max_payload
Desktop Only
The maximum allowed message size in bytes.
[Know more from reference][12]

| 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.) |