Re: Access restrictions?

From: Duane Wessels <wessels>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 96 16:21:01 -0700 writes:

>The proxy server at our school serves as a content filter for the WWW.
>We are a K-12 institution. At present, we have been using certain ugly
>beast, CERN. But, I would love to split the WWW server and the proxy
>server and Squid looks like a wonderful proxy server. But, can I impose
>access restrictions? Preferably through the use of redirections or a
>custom "error" page...

The 1.0 version has access controls (which are somewhat inflexible).
You get to control on source, dest, pattern in URL, others.

The 1.1 alpha version has a redirection facility. You have to
provide the redirector program currently, but it gives you total
control over which pages can or cannot be accessed.

Duane W.
Received on Mon Aug 12 1996 - 16:21:02 MDT

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