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Old 01-18-2008, 01:37 AM   #1
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Question [CentOS] Squid, iptables, dhcp server ?


hi,

i have installed a server using CentOS 4.4, installed squid 2.5 with ncsa_auth, and have configured eth0 to be my dhcpserver.

I did like to know the follow Q's:

A) what rules i may need to make the squid transparent in this situation. eth0 (dhcp server) eth1 (internet)

B) basic squid.conf setup where no one can navigate without authenticate with user and password and a simple rule where user A can do this while anyother users can't...

Thank you in advance for the effort.

I am learning about squid and it is acl's and was able to do a lot of it but when it came to auth i cant make it work aswell i have no idea on how to make acls for the users that we have created using htpasswd on /etc/squid/passwd...
 
  


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