Hi Guys,Hope you can help me.I have running Squid 3 as a transparent proxy. Squid seems to be working fine at this point of time. I am trying to configure awstats so i... [by Goldbarry]
In a previous tutorial, we show how to configure a transparent proxy with Squid on CentOS. Squid provides many useful features, but analyzing a raw Squid log file is not straightfoward. For example, how could you analyze the time stamps and the number of hits in the following Squid log?
I'm trying to replace my old server by a new one powered by Fedora20 and using firewalld.
Perhaps the question is incredibly stupid, but I can not find any answer ..:blink:
I want to create a transparent proxy and redirect all HTTP and HTTPS traffic to my squid which is running on port 3128.
Squid is working well when I set it up as my proxy server within firefox configuration ( f
I know how to have squid work as a transparent proxy. You put it into transparent mode then use your router or IPTABLES to forward port 80 to the squid port. I would like to do the same for SSL. Every guide I see mentions setting up keys on the squid server.
I want to hide our internal LAN IP's(static IPs) behind squid proxy. I have done configuration, now all the traffic are going through squid proxy only. What I assume that after I configure squid no one from outside of our LAN could not able to remote desktop to any local LAN systems, but it is not working as I thought of.