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  1. For QGIS users behind a network proxy service, if you want to access WMS/WFS services, etc, you need to configure QGIS to work with the proxy service.


    In NIWA (for example, others will be different):

    Settings -> Options -> Network

    Proxy type: HTTPproxy

    Proxy address: www-proxy (or

    Port: 80