Originally Posted by guy_ripper
I have told by my supervisor to setup a proxy server in one of the blades. I installed squid and implemented two network interface for external and internal nics. I have configured some certain configurations on squid.conf to make it work then fireup the squid with no trouble. However, got a problem on how to route internal pc's/workstation onto the proxy server (this is my problem?) Dont know how????
I have PIX firewall installed behind external network. Are there websites like how-to on how to implement proxy server? Thanks....
We have one set up here, in a similar configuration. On my box, the default route goes to the external interface, and routes to my internal networks are specified by subnet, pointing to the internal interface.
route add -net 10.10.100.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 220.127.116.11 eth0
Would route all traffic to/from the 10.10.100 network, out the address 18.104.22.168, which is bound to the eth0 interface. All other traffic, presumably for the internet, would route to the external default gateway, which would resolve the hostnames via your external DNS (if you're using that).