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Old 12-05-2004, 02:05 PM   #1
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Question [help] squid config

i want to configure squid so that i can run ipv4 applications using an ipv6 connection. i connect to an ipv6 connection using a proxy A (say). i want to configure squid such that when i connect to internet i connect to squid (using ipv4); squid running in my pc connects to proxy A using ipv6. this way i wuld be able to rum ipv4 applications using ipv6 connection. ne 1 there to help me out??
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