HTTPS to HTTPS

1. Add integrations to your account

Before you can send request to a PCI compliant 3rd party you have to add the remote server as an integration to your accoun.

1) Navigate to the Integrations menu in the Project section and type in the name of the integration 2) Check the endpoint of the integrationd and press Install 3) Check if the payload fits your example and press again Install to activate the integration

Continue here if you miss an integration, if the payload or an endpoint doesn't match your requirements.

1) Navigate to the Integrations menu in the Project section and type in the name of the integration 2) Press Request new Integration button and complete the form 3) You get notified once the requested integration is ready for you

Please note the allowed TCP ports for endpoints:

Sandbox Port 80 and 443

Production Port 443

2. Select forward method

PCI Proxy supports two forwarding methods /v1/pull/ and /v1/push/ to suit all your needs.

Forwarding card data to a remote server via HTTPS can work in two ways. In general, either you perform a pull request to forward card data to the Receiver or a Receiver starts a push request to receive card data from you in the response. PCI Proxy can populate both operations with sensitive data.

/v1/pull/

/v1/push/

You start the request.

The Receiver starts the request.