How to define proxy bypass rules?

The proxy bypass rules are a comma separated list of rules described below:

  • [ URL_SCHEME "://" ] HOSTNAME_PATTERN [ ":" <port> ]

    Match all hostnames that match the pattern HOSTNAME_PATTERN.

    Examples: "foobar.com", "foobar.com", ".foobar.com", "foobar.com:99", "https://x..y.com:99"

  • "." HOSTNAME_SUFFIX_PATTERN [ ":" PORT ]

    Match a particular domain suffix.

    Examples: ".google.com", ".com", "http://.google.com"

  • [ SCHEME "://" ] IP_LITERAL [ ":" PORT ]

    Match URLs which are IP address literals.

    Examples: "127.0.1", "[0:0::1]", "[::1]", "http://[::1]:99"

  • IP_LITERAL "/" PREFIX_LENGTH_IN_BITS

    Match any URL that is to an IP literal that falls between the given range. IP range is specified using CIDR notation.

    Examples: "192.168.1.1/16", "fefe:13::abc/33".

  • <local>

    Match local addresses. The meaning of <local> is whether the host matches one of: "127.0.0.1", "::1", "localhost".

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