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I went to troubleshoot this network,i realised that the users can't access internet without a proxy server ruuning on the network.I had to install and configure one.If i stop it and configure the client browsers to access the internet directly,they can't.The firewall accepts direct access to the internet,so it cannot be the firewall because even when i disable the firewall,things still don't work.I don't know who configured the network before,but i don't understand how it was done.Has someone ever seen such a scenario before?If yes,how is it done.
There is a linux router which does the translation.THe clients are suppose to access the net through it without neccessarily going through a proxy.Am i correct?
The prob is,when i tell the client browser not to use squid or when i stop squid,there's no web access.Again note,squid is not in transparent mode!