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Old 01-07-2010, 07:04 AM   #1
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Question How to block Bit Torrent and Bit Commet like softwares using Squid


hi to all
i m using centos, i want to block the bit torrent and bit commet like softwares using Squid. please help me
 
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hi to all
i m using centos, i want to block the bit torrent and bit commet like softwares using Squid. please help me
A quick Google search turns up several options. Two with the most promise are:

http://www.opendpi.org/
http://l7-filter.sourceforge.net/

Torrents can run over any port. You need a 7-layer filter, either hardware or software based, to do it. These are your two best linux options for such.
 
  


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