Use a proxy server from the command-line

Your computer connects to the RIM Signing Authority during the signing process. If your computer connects to the Internet through a proxy server, you should append the following options to your blackberry-signer command-line to connect to the RIM Signing Authority through your proxy server.

Option

Description

-proxyhost host

Specifies the network host that provides the proxy service. The host parameter can be an IP address or a fully qualified domain name

-proxyport port

Specifies the port number on your proxy server through which blackberry-signer should communicate with the RIM Signing Authority

-proxyusername

user name

Allows you to provide your user name when your proxy server requires authentication

-proxypassword

password

Allows you to provide your password when your proxy server requires authentication

Example: blackberry-signer command line

blackberry-signer -proxyhost 192.168.1.1 -proxyport 80 -register 
                -csjpin PIN -storepass KeystorePassword AppSigningCSJFile DebugTokenCSJFile