Proposal on acl-behave

From: Cord Beermann, Webmaster der FH Lippe <>
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 1996 15:25:33 +0200 (MET DST)


I propose to extend the behaviour of the acl dstdomain.

The acl checks the Host of the URL.

So you have to put the FQDN and the IP-Number of a 'bad' host, which
should not be delivered, into the acl.

For those of us, who have to deny sites like Playboy or so, it would
be nice, if Squid makes an FQDN-Lookup if there is an IP in the
Domainpart of the URL, and check it against the dstdomain-acl's.

srcdomain-acl is able to do this.

I tried to implement this Feature in the last week (to use my chance
while Duane is away ;-) ), but I failed. :-(

What do you think about it?
Are you able to implement this?


Cord Beermann, Webmaster der FH Lippe |
Received on Tue Oct 08 1996 - 06:27:27 MDT

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