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Old 04-19-2007, 02:06 AM   #1
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Question squid cache

hi friends,
i have setup a squid as a proxy server on my REDHAT centos installed machine.initially when i wasn't login to the internet account from my that time client try to access the url,
so it gets the homepage of internet service provider asking him for login in the internet account.

now i have login to internet account from proxy server
and clients are able to accesss the internet smoothly,
but the problem is that, when they try to access, they still get the same page i.e the homepage of internet service provider asking for login.

is it require to clear cache in the squid (proxy) server?

if so , then how to do it?

will u pls help me to solve this problem?
Old 04-20-2007, 04:47 PM   #2
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Not sure it required or not..but I think you also check the browser cache of the client system. Secondly you can rebuild the squid cache using :

#squid -z


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