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Old 02-02-2007, 04:58 AM   #1
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Connecting to UDP via Squid


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Is it possible to connect to UDP port 1194 which is the standard port for OpenVPN using squid. The OpenVPN GUI which I installed on my windows machine allows me to use the squid's proxy port 3128 since we don't have a transparent proxy. I am just wondering if this is possible so that I will no longer need to reconfigure the OpenVPN server to tcp port 443 just to connect. If someone can help me out on what section will I do changes in squid.conf, I will be very much thankful. Thanks.
 
  


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