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Old 06-19-2015, 03:41 AM   #1
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squid config question


I have a web server which can only serve https requests and I have a squid which 1. needs to cache the content of the server and also 2. I want to reach that host using http. That means I want for example:
wget https://host/some/data and wget http://host/some/data do the same thing (so squid will deliver the same cached file).
Is there any way/tutorial/example to implement it?
 
  


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