Re: Using squid to restrict user access/client

From: Duane Wessels <wessels>
Date: Fri, 09 Aug 96 16:04:49 -0700 writes:

>Hi Proxy Gurus,
> we are a company with several hundred WWW clients. We want to allow all
>clients to access "Intranet" and want to restrict the access to the internet.
>We have to stop about one hundred clients accessing internet. I think i built
>configuration, wich works for us. It's only a few lines to allow the access to
>intranet for all and to stop the access to internet for some clients.
> But what will happen to my squid server, when i stop 100 clients?
> What about the performance?
> Is there a internal restriction for the number of aclnames,...??
>I hope anybody built a simlar configuration and succeded.

I think it will depend on your load. When I added around 50 IP-based
access control lines to each of the NLANR caches, the CPU usage did
not increase noticably.

There is no limit, its a simple linked list, so you would be best
to put your busier clients first in the list.

Duane W.
Received on Fri Aug 09 1996 - 16:05:00 MDT

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