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Could you please help me here as from last 6 to 7 days I(and checked with my fellow friends too) am not able to access unix.com site at all. It is very very slow, it never loads completely. Even I checked with different people and different computers it results same only,... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: RavinderSingh13
2. Proxy Server
Dear all experts here,
I would like to install a proxy server on Linux server to perform solely to control the access of Web server.
In this case, some of my vendor asked me to try Squid and I have installed it onto my Linux server.
I would like know how can I set the configuration to... (1 Reply)
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3. IP Networking
I need help with a set of iptables rules that would allow a portion of a bank of ipaddresses acces to only one or two named wbsites.
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4. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
I need a Squid config that allows access to only one domain: .example.com
Traffic should only be allowed through if coming from 10.100.0.0/24
and only port 80 (http) and port 443 (https) traffic should be allowed through, but again, only to this ONE domain.
It Must be Squid (no iptables... (3 Replies)
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5. IP Networking
I have a pretty useless satellite link at home (far from any civilization), so I wanted to set up caching in order to speed things up. My Squid 2.6 runs "3128 transparent" and is set up quite well on a separate machine.
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6. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
We have squid-2.5.STABLE11-3.FC4 running in our environment.
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7. UNIX and Linux Applications
I am new user.
As you know when acl is defined in /etc/squid/squid.conf file according to its http_access users are able to access internet.
Before that .htaccess asks them to access internet.
It is fine.
I saw in some customised linux servers in place of .htaccess login ,html web page... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sandeepvson
8. IP Networking
Setup a site to site VPN between two cisco routers.
One of the site locations is unable to access ports such as https://example.com:9001
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Is this a VPN issue or ACL access issue?
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Discussion started by: photon
cachemgr.cgi(8) System Manager's Manual cachemgr.cgi(8)
cachemgr.cgi - Squid HTTP proxy manager CGI web interface
The cache manager ( cachemgr.cgi ) is a CGI utility for displaying statistics about the Squid HTTP proxy process as it runs. The cache man-
ager is a convenient way to manage the cache and view statistics without logging into the server.
Configuration examples for many common web servers can be found in the Squid FAQ wiki. http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq
The access configuration file defining which Squid servers may be managed via this cachemgr.cgi program. Each line specifies a
server:port followed by an optional description
The server name may contain shell wildcard characters such as *,  etc. A quick selection dropdown menu is automatically con-
structed from the simple server names.
Specifying :port is optional. If not specified then the default proxy port is assumed. :* or :any matches any port on the target
cachemgr.cgi calls the requested server on the requested port using HTTP and returns a formatted version of the response. To avoid abuse it
is recommended to configure your web server to restrict access to the cachemgr.cgi program.
Derived from Harvest. Further developed by numerous individuals from the internet community. Development is led by Duane Wessels of the
National Laboratory for Applied Network Research and funded by the National Science Foundation.
Distributed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
Questions on the usage of this program can be sent to the Squid Users mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/BugReporting for details of what you need to include with your bug report.
Report bugs or bug fixes using http://bugs.squid-cache.org/
Report serious security bugs to Squid Bugs <email@example.com>
Report ideas for new improvements to the Squid Developers mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>