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Old 11-01-2014, 10:34 AM   #1
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block sites and QoS of WiFi router with Linux


Hi all,

I've been using squid to filter traffic and QoS of lan traffic. I play around with squid and all. But now my challenge is to do the same thing with WiFi traffic, you can suggest me WiFi routers with site block and QoS , but I have around 10 WiFi routers which will be sharing one internet connection in different and places, where I can't afford 10 expensive routers for sharing Internet. I can use squid but all users have to set proxy settings which is not at all accepted in my enviro. So please suggest me a way. How about transparent squid will it work for all https traffic...

Any Suggestions highly appreciated... Thank u very much.
 
  


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