Re: using squid with junkbuster

From: Peter van Dijk <>
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 1999 19:13:12 +0100

On Sat, Jan 02, 1999 at 11:13:55AM -0600, Tim Kelley wrote:
> AFAIK when you use these two together, junkbuster proxies squid and the
> clients have to be configured to talk to junkbuster on :8000 (or
> whatever).
> Unfortunately, this is the opposite behavior one wants, since it turns
> squid into nothing more than a cache. Is there any way to get these two
> programs to wok together properly (i.e., use squid as proxy)? It sure
> is a nice combination.

Well, it might be possible to setup junkbuster as a squid parent and force
it to _always_ request stuff via junkbuster. But it might be better/cooler/more
efficient to not use junkbuster at all and do it with a redirector. But that's
not a job taken lightly I think...

Greetz, Peter.

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