Re: Using Junkbuster as the parent proxy of Squid

From: Martin Ibert <>
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 08:41:03 +0100

William M. Perkins wrote:

> Now this seems to be a very straight forward process,


> but it is
> unclear to me as to how you would configure the Squid proxy to
> get it to act as a child to a parent proxy, in this case
> Junkbuster.

You are running junkbuster on some machine, listening to some TCP port,
right? Well, just point your squid to that IP/port combo, and it should

I haven't actually tried that exact set-up (though I have used
Junkbuster and a caching/proxying Apache this way), but the way I'd go
about it is

        cache_host parent 80 7 no-query default

(assuming Junkbuster runs on port 80).

You might want to play with inside_firewall or firewall_ip to keep Squid
from bypassing the censor^h^h^h^h^h^hfiltering you implemented.

Dipl.-Inform. Martin Ibert - phone: +49-30-245-56582, fax: -56577
BB-DATA Systemhaus GmbH, Brunnenstraße 111, 13355 Berlin, Germany
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