Setting Up Zend Debugger Tunneling
This procedure describes how to configure a server to allow Zend Debugger Tunneling in Zend Studio.
You can configure several servers to allow tunneling.
- A defined remote server. For more information on adding PHP servers, see Adding PHP Servers.
- Zend Debugger is the defined as the default debugger on the server
To setup Zend Debugger tunneling for a remote server:
- In the menu-bar, select Window
| Show View | PHP Servers.
The PHP Servers is displayed.
- Double-click the remote server you wish to configure a Zend Debugger tunnel for, or click the Edit icon .
The Edit Server dialog is displayed.
- Select the Debugger tab.
- Select the Enable Zend Debugger Tunneling check-box, and configure the following settings:
- Automatically connect on startup - automatically creates a tunneling connection to the server when starting Zend Studio.
- Specify return host - In some system configurations, a dedicated tunneling server is used which allows debug connectivity between Zend Studio and the server which is being debugged. In this case, select the check-box, and enter the IP address of the tunneling server to which the tunneling connection will be opened.
- Send authentication information - If your Web server requires HTTP authentication, enter your User Name and Password in the Authentication category. Zend Studio sends the authentication information in the header.
If your web server requires HTTP authentication, enter your username and password in the designated fields. Zend Studio sends the authentication information in the header.
- Click Finish.
Zend Studio creates a tunneling connection for debugging on the remote server.