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Old 04-26-2011, 02:04 AM   #1
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http_port 3128 transparent --> What does this mean?


http_port 3128 transparent --> What does this mean?

Is this a only thing we do to make Squid Proxy Transparent?
 
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http_port 3128 transparent --> What does this mean?

Is this a only thing we do to make Squid Proxy Transparent?
That is covered in the Squid documentation, and has lots of links in Google. Did you try to look this up? In one of your other threads about transparent squid proxy, EricTRA directed you to a link...did you read it?
 
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