Re: no proxy for

From: David Luyer <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 1997 13:23:48 +0800 (WST)

On Fri, 13 Jun 1997, Mervyn Jack wrote:
>I too have been wondering about this.
>I've noticed that even though I have local domain , squid still
>get's the requested file and caches it. Squid doesn't actually tell the
>browser to go get the file directly, which is what is really needed to
>save processor and disk usage.
>I can see circumstances where you'd want it to work the way it does, like
>have a remote cache on your own network, so an extra directive is what's

You can specify to squid that it doesn't cache for certain domains but it
will still proxy for them - this is a browser issue. It is up to people
to set their "no proxy" in their browser. Of course, you could deny local
access by ACLs and have some deny-info telling them how to set "no proxy".

Received on Thu Jun 12 1997 - 22:24:30 MDT

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