Re: [Fwd: technical question]

From: Henrik Nordstrom <hno@dont-contact.us>
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 00:40:20 +0200

Yes, your proxy host needs to deal with the packets appropriately, and
the proxy software needs to deal with the requests.

See the Squid FAQ, available from http://www.squid-cache.org/

--
Henrik Nordstrom
Squid hacker
Diego Mauricio Lopez Gutierrez wrote:
> 
> hi:
> 
> > im testing a transparent caching  system for a
> > college research.  My college bought the NS proxy Server, but i am
> > reading about Squid. For a while,i am trying to make transparent proxy
> > with a cisco router and  the Netscape Proxy Server .
> >
> > To get the packets to my proxy server i use the "route maps" functions
> > from Cisco router, but i am not sure if do i have to set up my  cache
> > server to accept the packets. i meam if do i have to configure my cache
> > host to accept the redirected packets - any IP address, on port 80 - and
> > deliver them to my Netscape ProxyServer cache application as do it in a
> > linux OS. My cache machine is a Win NT Server.
> >  thanks for your help.
> >
> > Att.
> >
> > Diego Mauricio Lopez
Received on Mon Oct 25 1999 - 17:43:46 MDT

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