Squid and Junkbuster (a little off topic...) (fwd)

From: Joseph M. Futrelle <futrelle@dont-contact.us>
Date: Wed, 7 May 1997 18:22:40 -0500 (CDT)

Try using the -y option in junkbuster, which will send an "X-Forwarded-For"
header a la Squid. I don't know how Squid logs these headers, but at least
it'll get them.

Forwarded message:
> From squid-users-request@nlanr.net Wed May 7 17:47 CDT 1997
> Hi All,
> I just installed junkbuster (http://internet.junkbuster.com/) wich
> allows me to filter web sites where management does not want
> users to go. I got junkbuster to run fine an "talk" to my squid
> caching proxy but now when i look at my squid log files all request
> come from my junkbuster machine and not from the client machines (the
> PC which is running the web browser). I looked in the junkbuster doc
> and command line options to find a way to forward the client ip
> address from junkbuster to squid without any luck. Someone knows
> a way to "forward" the ip address of the client to squid so squid
> "thinks" requests are coming from the client and not junkbuster ?
> Eric Turenne
> Communaute Urbaine De Montreal
> Support Corporatif Informatique -Telecommunication
> 2580 St-Joseph Est Montreal, Quebec H1Y-2A2
> Voix : (514)280-6610 Fax : (514)280-4279
> SMTP : turenner@MAIL-HUB.cum.qc.ca , eturenne@SMTPGWY.cum.qc.ca

Joe Futrelle
HTTP Server Development, Joule/Hacksaw Group
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
(217) 265-0296
Received on Wed May 07 1997 - 16:23:09 MDT

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