Transparent, Proxy, and Auth

From: Gene Black <>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 09:30:01 -0400

Is there a way to configure Squid for Transparent service on one port,
normal proxy service on a different port, and then only authenticate
users trying to use the normal proxy service?

Here's the goal: For my normal users, I just want to Transparently proxy
them so they don't even know squid is there. But I've got a special set
of users I need to authenticate - I'd like to filter port 80 on this
group, set them up to use a proxy server on some port other than 80, and
authenticate them using the proxy before they're allowed to utilize the

Is it possible to do this using squid? Do I have to run two copies of
Squid to do it? If so, can both copies of Squid utilize the same cache


        Gene Black
        3rd Wave Technologies
Received on Fri Apr 16 1999 - 08:33:59 MDT

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