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Old 09-13-2011, 08:35 AM   #1
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Question squid 3 and cache peer

i have one proxy server base on centos 6.0 which come with squid 3.1.4

server have two LAN ip address eth0

i want to forward request to other proxy which is on internet (WAN IP)

so i create rule that if some proxy traffic come to ip from internal network it get forward to wan proxy

if i get request to from internal network. it process from local proxy which is on same server

i add this line in my squid.conf in squid 3.1.4 for this

http_port 3128
acl external myip

cache_peer parent 25981 0 no-query no-digest
cache_peer_access allow external

this rule work fine on squid 2.7 but not work in squid 3-3.1

anybody have any idea what's wrong with this ?

i already check iptables so it's not firewall problem


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