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Old 10-13-2005, 12:22 PM   #1
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squid.conf with different networks

my sitiation is this: I have an ISP server (debian), in this server each client has his own network so they can't see each other, I need to know how to configure squid to make the chache of every network, they are all in the same card whit aliases.
clients ips are, ... so I need to know what to write into squid.conf on the line wich says our_networks



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