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Old 05-14-2008, 02:48 AM   #1
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I am using Redhat 9 with squid as proxy server. proxy is transparent. i have mentioned acls to restrict users to use internet in time slots and also have restricted some sites. i need to present a solution in which every user should have right to access a single site 24/7 (Like or any other) although he is behind acl(internet usage restriction). some body told me that it is possible but don't know how.
Kindly any body help me out

Old 05-14-2008, 03:23 AM   #2
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According to this site:

You should be able to distinguish using something like:

# Define access time:
acl worktime_am time MTWHF 8:00-11:00
acl worktime_pm time MTWHF 12:00-16:40

# Define access lists:
acl time_unlimited src "/etc/squid/time_unlimited.list"
acl time_limited src "/etc/squid/time_limited.list"

# Set rules:
http_access allow time_unlimited
http_access allow time_limited !worktime_am !worktime_pm
http_access deny all


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