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]
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.
I've configured squid with squid with squidguard and when using proxy in browser it works fine.
But I want to enforce using proxy (probably in iptables) in all browsers. Now it can be disabled in the browser settings by user.
My setup is: one standalone pc with ubuntu running the squid and squidguard and on this very same device I want to somehow enforce using the proxy.
This is my first question on this forum so i hope to get solution on early basis please.
I have configured the squid server with very basic configuration with some acls (blocking website, allowing some ip's for all internet trafic, restricting the downloading, blocking the torrent etc.) squid is not working in transparent mode.
My squid is working fine and healthy, one problem which I