Well i had created a file which does a dstdomain acl check and in it I could only add a url like http://www.gmail.com,but
if I try to block the entire URl say http://www.google.com/ig
or something ,the portion that comes after .com is not being taken into consideration.
the problem with using a url_regex filter as per my experience is blocking a URL with 'ig' in it blocks everything with ig..
I've used ISA 2006 and in that I just have to give the complete URL which I want to block and it does that and it also accepts wildcars like mail.*.* ,video.*.* , gm*.*.* etc and it will also accept any complete length URL without/with wildcards also..is squid capable of the same things??
I think squid also has that functionality but I tried it using dstdomain as well as url_regex and urlpath_regex but to only limited success.
thanks for your support.