Re: can I run httpd beside squid?

From: Christoph Kukulies <>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 11:29:54 +0100

Stephane Bortzmeyer writes:
> On Sunday 2 February 97, at 15 h 39, the keyboard of Christoph Kukulies
> <> wrote:
> > I'm new to using squid and I havn't yet got it working. I'm running
> > a FreeBSD-3.0-current machine which acts as an ISDN router to the internet
> > and behind that ISDN router I'm running a private network

It's working! I good it working yesterday night. Now I can
webbrowse from a Win95/NT machine in my 192.168.1 network to
the 'outside' world.

Key tip was to not use chache_host entries at all and to remove
some firewall entry (not behind a firewall).

> Fine, except that FreeBSD-current is a development version. Why not using
> a stable one? You like danger?

:-) I'm quite used to running the -current du jour meanwhile.
CVSsupping and building the whole world in 1.5 hours and a kernel
in 180s on a PPRO make life quite pleasant. And it pays off. Besides
that some ISDN pppd stuff I trying to get working is being
developed under -current.

> > 1) I assume I name a cache_host being in the Internet rather than my
> > gateway (localhost from the view of squid). What type of server
> > does this have to be? Is it sufficient if a httpd is running there?
> Nothing to do with a regular HTTP daemon like Apache's httpd.
> "cache_host" specifies a parent cache, typically another Squid. If you
> don't have one, don't configure one. Read the documentation about parent
> caches and cache hierarchies:

--Chris Christoph P. U. Kukulies
Received on Mon Feb 03 1997 - 02:35:41 MST

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