Re: Squid.1.15.NOVM - Linux 2.0.0

From: George M. Ellenburg <>
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 13:04:12 -0500

At 09:16 AM 12/20/97 GMT, you wrote:


>I'm running quite nicely on a P75(ish might be more), 64Mb ram with
>a 3.5Gb spool for an ISP using 1.18NOVM. Since the upgrade from 32 to
>64 it's been a lot happier, swap doesn't happen any more. My next
>task is to get more of the users to hit the cache *grin*, time for
>redirecting port 80 methinks, then I can justify the hardware

I've heard that the Linux Core Team is playing around with the idea for
transparent proxies, can squid be set up for this as well; or would there
be some ACL changes in a router?

My org is completely BSDI/ FreeBSD based with Cisco Routers. I'd like to
set up a Squid Proxy Server (for HTTP rquests only, not FTP or Real Audio/
etc.) and have it running on our firewall; but I'd like to make it as
transparent as possible to the user. Any suggestions?

George M. Ellenburg Sundial Internet Services
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Received on Sat Dec 20 1997 - 10:12:24 MST

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