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Old 07-13-2003, 11:58 AM   #1
boakiba
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Question how to block sites with squid.conf


hello every1
I am new here,
And I would be grateful if you could guys tell me how to block URLS with squid proxy server,
Also what are the lines to block MSN Messenger,
There is something about acl in the squid.conf, right,

thanks in advance
 
Old 08-11-2003, 05:45 AM   #2
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to block an url containing a regular expression use as follows in squid.conf file

eg:
acl pornblock url_regex "www.porn.com"

then block this using http_access statement

http_access deny pornblock

instead of specifying the url in the acl statement you can also specify a filename which contains a list of these url's or banned-words of regular expressions

for more info about configuring squid proxy server visit the site
www.squid-cache.org
and read the configuration manual available there.
 
  


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