[squid-users] Question on 'blocking' sites

From: Leonardo Rodrigues <coelho@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 11:55:26 -0300

        Hello Guys,

        I have a running squid ( 2.3.STABLE4-hno.20000819 ) with some blocking
rules, based on url_regex ACLs and http_access rules. They are working just
perfectly, and the problem is not there.

        I was thinking on changing the BLOCKING action to something like this:
When a user tries to access a 'blocked' page, instead of completly blocking
the access, Squid would show am html page with a message, telling that
access to that page is not allowed and that was logged. The html page would
wait 10s and the user would be transfered to that page ( this is easy on
the html page, no problems here ) , and access to that specific page would

        After this, Squid should bother this specificaly user on accessing that
page, until user's close the browser ( ?? ) .....

        Well, I think you got the idea. Question: Is this possible ?? If yes, how
? Pure ACLing ? Redirectors ? Any clue, any hint ??

        Hope hearing from you soon,
        Leonardo Rodrigues
Received on Fri Mar 16 2001 - 07:55:18 MST

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