RE: Squid as an upstream proxy

From: Brooks Martin <>
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 09:54:08 +0100

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There is indeed. Please refer to the smb_auth program distributed
with Squid and also this website:

I run this program with squid for a 500 user NT domain.

- -----Original Message-----
From: Vladas Lapinskas []
Sent: 26 October 1999 09:26
To: squid
Subject: Squid as an upstream proxy


I'm using squid 2.0 as an upstream proxy for 2 MS Proxy assembled in

             ____ MS proxy 1 ___
Client / \ Squid---> Internet
           \ ____ MS proxy 2 ___/

Squid works perfectly, but I have a problem:

If Client asks for an Intranet server, MS proxy redirects to Squid
and as it's Internal server, Squid returns an error. This is not squid
problem, but MS proxy behavour :( If I have no Squid as upstream
proxy, MS
proxy works fine with local servers. So, the question - how can I
solve this
problem? I'm already using redirector, is it any way to generate 301
redirect responces in redirecor?

I would like to replace MS proxy entierly, but is it any way to
autentificate users against NT domain?

Thank you in advance!

Vladas Lapinskas

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