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Everything works fine on our 10.100.0.0 network...proxy can ping hardware firewall (192.168.250.1) and can ping all the servers in 10.100.0.0 network...squid runs fine, dansguardian is blocking sites...however, when we go to a computer out in the 10.110.0.0 subnet, it can't see proxy...any ideas? I'm a pretty big newb when it comes to networking as it is, but toss linux into it, and I'm a brand new newb altogether... blink.gif
any help would be GREATLY appreciated...
btw, I'm running SuSE 64 9.0...
I'm sorry...I forgot about eth2...it's a management NIC on the back of the server...it is not being used in our setup...thanks for your help...I'll be finding out tomorrow night, when I can take our internet down, if this works...thanks again for your help...