Re: Transparent?

From: Ming Lu <>
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 19:41:04 -0500 (EST)

That was the problem. So far I did not have any problem to implemete the
transoarent proxy with port 80, but not anything else, the only thing I
see is to tweak the router to translate the port # from 80 to something


On Sat, 21 Feb 1998, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

->Ming Lu wrote:
->> Has anyone here ever implemented transparent proxy (or cache, whatever)
->> with port #s other than 80?
->The problem is that you really can't tell that it is HTTP traffic unless
->it is port 80. Port 80 is the only registered HTTP port.
->If you are talking about transparent proxy for other protocols, then it
->is a completely different issue and requires other software than Squid,
->but in principle it is the same (many other protocols are however far
->more complex to proxy than HTTP).
->Henrik Nordström

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