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Old 03-20-2004, 09:59 AM   #1
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port redirection for squid


Folks,

We have a LAN under Redhat 9.0 server with squid enabled
as proxy, and now I wanna make a backup server exactly the
same the one I mentioned, unfortunately the guy who made the
first one did not leave any doc, I managed to make everything runs
including the squid, the server's 2 ethernet cards' configuration is
also OK, the server now is ready for internet access. However,
all of my client machines in the LAN cannot access the internet,
even I reconfigure each client's browser correctly?

It seems I have to redirect the 80 port to 3128, how to do that
in my new server? In other words, after start squid successfully,
what else should I do for the whole LAN under proxy working
properly?

Thx,
HTM
 
  


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