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Old 12-12-2004, 07:51 AM   #1
soup21
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Question Special config of SQUID ??


Hello , all

I have a LAN connected with a LINUX box to Internet that allow the LAN's users to connect only to 10-20 web servers on Internet ( by using iptable & netfilter ).
One of that web servers acts as both web server and free proxy server. And I want to block my users from accessing that free proxy server but allowing them to view that web.

My question is: how can I configure the squid or suidguard or other things on that LINUX box( this box is my LAN's gateway to Internet.)



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Old 12-13-2004, 05:17 AM   #2
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the acl section in squid.conf file should make your day.

The anonymizer you want to prevent access to being (probably) a virtual host on a server, if you wish to allow access to other virtual hosts on the same server you must use squid's name-based acl's, instead of ip filtering.

first you create the acl :

acl no_way dstdomain .proxify.com
(no_way can be any name you choose and proxify.com isjust an example)

then you create the rule (what to do with requests to domain proxify.com)

http_access deny no_way

the order in which acl rules are processed is (of course) important. Refer to comments in squid distribution config file.

One more tip : you may customize the messages sent by squid to the client browser... Try "Big Brother is watching you !" for a moment of fun ;-)
 
  


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