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Old 02-05-2009, 01:33 AM   #1
aloknet21
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i have configured squid proxy with NCSA Auth and is running fine.


Hi All,

I have configured Squid Proxy on RHEL 5 server and running fine with NCSA auth. i am facing one problem that my LAN users are not able to connect any
other FTP outside of my network i.e on public IP.

Currently i have configured two lan card
Internal is 10.50.3.92
External is 203.196.128.4

What changes should i do? even i am not able to connect any remote server through Remote desktop Connection for Server that is on different location.
ping is also not working.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks
Alok
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Old 02-05-2009, 07:02 PM   #2
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Hi All,

I have configured Squid Proxy on RHEL 5 server and running fine with NCSA auth. i am facing one problem that my LAN users are not able to connect any
other FTP outside of my network i.e on public IP.

Currently i have configured two lan card
Internal is 10.50.3.92
External is 203.196.128.4

What changes should i do? even i am not able to connect any remote server through Remote desktop Connection for Server that is on different location.
ping is also not working.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks
Alok
aloknet21@gmail.com
Have you set squid up to allow FTP? And if you can't get out via ICMP, VNC, or other protocols, what firewall(s) do you have in place? If you block the protocols/ports, it won't work...
 
  


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