Inspecting ngrok traffic

  • 14 December 2022
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Hey folks, has anyone tried to inspect ngrok traffic before? The ngrok config file has the option to include root CAs, which I have pointed to the usual nscacert_combined.pem but it still doesn't seem to work...any thoughts welcome!


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I wonder if adding an http_proxy env variable might help (or adding this to the config file)
https://ngrok.com/docs/using-ngrok-with/outboundProxy

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Thanks aramachandran but I don't know if this will help with SSL decryption - as that is the real cause of the error here?

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Did you ever get this one sorted out? Trying to get ngrok working on macOS for our users and hitting a wall at the moment.

 

They tried setting the root_cas global option to "host" and also to the direct location of the nscacert.pem file but that didn't work:

 

https://ngrok.com/docs/secure-tunnels/ngrok-agent/reference/config/#root_cas

Error:

Session Status reconnecting (failed to send authentication request: session closed).

 


@tomceglarek wrote:

Thanks aramachandran but I don't know if this will help with SSL decryption - as that is the real cause of the error here?




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Afraid not - still no resolution I've been able to find unfortunately.

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