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Old 05-29-2004, 07:36 AM   #1
vkothiyal
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Squid - Maximum time limit per user


Hello,

I have given User Based Access to Users for Browsing Internet .
However I want to allow each user to access Internet for maximum of 2 hours per day.(Any 2 hours of user choice in 24 hours).

Is there any way to configure the same in Squid ?
I have isntalled Squid-2.4 on Red Hat Linux 7.2.


thanks in Advance.
 
  


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