confusion :(

From: Ricardo Kleemann <>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 1996 12:19:40 -0700

Hi guys,

I've never used squid or proxies before. So naturally I'm confused as to
hos this should work.

I got squid up and running. I was finally able to see it "work" by
pointing my browser to (before I was
just accessing my normal site address).

So the big question: For users to get the benefit and greater speed that
squid and its caching produces, MUST they point to 3128? So everyone else
who has saved their bookmarks to pages in my site will NOT get this benefit?

Another biggie: I serve a good number of virtual domains. How can those
benefit from squid? I tried accessing port 3128 of one of the virt
domains and it brought back my main page, and not the virt domain's page,
as it normally works on port 80...

HELP! ;-) Can someone explain it better? Do I have to tell everyone out
there to stick a 3128 port number? :(

Received on Fri Sep 06 1996 - 12:22:40 MDT

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