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Old 05-13-2015, 03:54 AM   #1
streetTux
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Multiple contemporary "session expired" messages navigating with Squid


In the company where I work users navigate with a Squid proxy (v. 3.5.3) installed on a CentOS 6.6 VM.
We have a problem with a specific website (and only with that one): sometimes, at all the ones that are working in it, the portal come to the login page with the message "session expired".
I've made a copy of the proxy server VM to test the navigation with a single user and, in that case, the session never expired.. so it seems that the problem is the concurrent sessions with Squid on that specific website.
The company that give us that web service says that no one of their other customers report the same problem.

Any suggestions?

P.S.: sorry for my bad English
 
  


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