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RE: Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Squid
  • From: "Paul Taylor" <paul.taylor@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 11:30:09 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <200008291134.EAA11500@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I am paranoid now. Should I disable the "allow all" in the config file? I will read up on acls this week but I want to have a working proxy for the beginning of school which seems to be the case with a basic squid.conf.

>Reply-To: "Richard Naylor" <ranaylor@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>From: "Richard Naylor" <ranaylor@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: <suse-linux-uk-schools@xxxxxxxx>
>Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 20:15:10 +0100
>Subject: Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Squid
>
>
>> I am in the process of trying to set up a new proxy server for the school
>using SuSE 6.4. The machine is a PIII 550 with 128 MB RAM and an 8G drive.
>We have NT as the main server but I am trying to replace an existing NT
>proxy using OSS with SuSE/Squid. I have the machine configured and it is
>going out through our dialnet hardware server but the local Win95 machines
>get an error message saying that access is denied to Squid.
>> My colleague is looking for a free Windows proxy so the race is on...
>> Any help would be appreciated.
>>
>
>make sure that the default setting of
>
>http_access deny all
>
>still isnt set :)
>if it is then you need to read up on acls. but for testing purposes you
>could very quickley change to http_access allow all, but i wouldnt recommend
>this for permanent use.
>
>oh and all ways remember to do a squid -k reconfigure after editing
>squid.conf.
>hth.


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