Develop Cordova app behind corporate firewall



  • Hi all,
    I’m developing on Windows behind a corporate firewall.
    Using .npmrc and Fiddler as a local proxy, I’m able to install all dependencies with no issues, however, when I run quasar dev -m cordova -T android for example, I see the following:
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    However, no matter what IP address I select, I receive the follow error.
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    Can anyone recommend a way of overcoming this issue?

    Thanks in advance.



  • open the ports for 8080 using windows firewall with advanced security, just add an inbound rule and open your port.



  • @metalsadman Unfortunately our local firewall is governed by McAfee and I do not have access to modify the firewall rules. Basically, we cannot adjust inbound and outbound rules. Why can’t this just run on 127.0.0.1/localhost? I don’t understand why it needs to do this - I just want to run the app in a local emulator.

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  • has nothing to do with cordova or quasar, it’s your os’s security protocol.


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