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Old 06-28-2011, 07:19 AM   #1
aquamarine
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how to access my network while connecting through squid.


Hi, all
I am facing problem to access my network PC's and even ping.

My network scenario is as follows.

I am using squid 2.6 stable 21 on RHEL5. all other PC's on network (OS is Windows XP Professional SP2) are connected to internet through squid, authentication is ON on squid.
All PC's on network (Win XP Systems)are assigned IP statically and Default Gateway is set which is Squid's IP.

I want to access these PC's (Win XP Systems) mean share data between them. The problem is that i am unable to access and even ping these PC's.

Plz guide me..........
Waiting for your kind response....

Regards
Aqua
 
Old 06-29-2011, 01:42 AM   #2
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To share files between Windows and GNU/Linux you have to install the Samba package, if you want to use the smb protocol of course.
I'm not sure that all this is able to work through the proxy. And I've never seen such realizations. Proxy servers are used for web-surfing or using FTP, sometimes for ICQ.

What are the network settings on your computers? It seems strange that they can not even ping each other, being located in the same subnet.

Last edited by Lexus45; 06-29-2011 at 01:44 AM.
 
Old 06-29-2011, 05:43 AM   #3
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To share files between Windows and GNU/Linux you have to install the Samba package, if you want to use the smb protocol of course.
I'm not sure that all this is able to work through the proxy. And I've never seen such realizations. Proxy servers are used for web-surfing or using FTP, sometimes for ICQ.

What are the network settings on your computers? It seems strange that they can not even ping each other, being located in the same subnet.
Thanks for your reply, My Network Setting is as follow:
1. Server (squid) have Two NIC. 1st have a public IP and default gate way is a Router's IP.
and the 2nd NIC have IP Address 192.200.200.210 and have no gateway. Both NIC are connected to catalyst 2960 switch. Router and switch are connected through a Network cable.

2. All other PCs have installed operating system Win XP SP2. and their IP's Range is 192.200.200.220 - 192.200.200.245 and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. Their Default Gateway is set to 192.200.200.210 (squid's 2nd NIC address)
Every things works fine, but i am unable to access other system (win XP system)on network. and can not share data between these systems. and can't even PING from one system to another.
Note:- I can PING Squid's System from these PCs but can not Ping these system from squid server.

waiting for your kind response Please....

Last edited by aquamarine; 06-30-2011 at 04:11 AM.
 
  


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