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Old 03-27-2009, 07:31 AM   #1
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SQUID, two subnets in one server?


I now have the current configuration

Debian 4 kernel 2.6.24 / Squid 3.0 (STABLE 10) / Webmin


IP LOCAL INTERNA: 172.31.0.2 (IN - LAN)
IP LOCAL EXTERNA: 10.10.10.156 (OUT - Internet)

<LAN> --- <e1|PROXY|e0>----<FIREWALL/ROUTER>---<INTERNET>

172.31.0.2:80 Redirect hasta Proxy Squid (Transparente)
10.10.10.156:9090 Proxy Squid

What I would like to know if it is posible is to add another LAN to that
configuration like:
LAN1 172.31.0.X
LAN2 192.168.3.X

<LAN1> --- <e1|PROXY|e0>----<FIREWALL/ROUTER>---<INTERNET>
<LAN2> --- <e2|PROXY|e0>----<FIREWALL/ROUTER>---<INTERNET>

Is that possible? Or should I just make a whole new server?


thx in advance,
 
Old 03-27-2009, 07:35 AM   #2
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Yes totally, just add it away. if you're not explicitly defining eth1 within the configs then you'd just add extra applicable ACL's to suit the new subnets.
 
  


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