RE: [SQU] routing incoming traffic

From: Francisco Treviņo <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 17:29:16 -0600

Can I use any of these other tools in the same linux box?

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Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2001 4:39 PM
To: Francisco Treviņo
Subject: Re: [SQU] routing incoming traffic

Not Squid, but there are a number of other tools you can use.

Linux-2.4 NAT
Linux-2.2 port forwarding
TCP plugs (all OS:es)
and many more

Henrik Nordstrom
Squid hacker
Francisco Treviņo wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a local area network with private IP addressing.  I installed a
> proxy on a Linux box with two LAN adapters, two IP addresses: one private
> ( for the LAN), one public (to access the internet though a dedicated
> line).  I also have an application on a Win2000 server (on the LAN) that
> requires http using port 8005.  Is there a way to configure squid so that
> passes all incoming unsolicited traffic through port 8005 to the Win2000
> server??  My application can be configured to use a proxy server for
> outgoing traffic but I need squid to pass along what it receives (only on
> port 8005).
> Feel free to contact me if you need more details.  Any help will be
> appreciated.
> Thanks
> Francisco Trevino
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