Re: [squid-users] Access to local domain

From: Ronald <>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 19:22:55 +0100

Has your proxy directly connected with internet?. always_direct will always
try to send the request to origin servers.
It seems your machine is not connected with internet.

Squid Reader.

> Hi,
> I've posted this a few days ago...but until now I can't resolve the
> acl local dst
> acl localweb1 dstdomain
> acl localweb2 dstdomain
> always_direct allow localweb1
> always_direct allow localweb2
> always_direct allow local
> always_direct deny all
> On the local LAN there's a Apache-webserver that serves two www-domains.
> When I set my ISP-proxy as default in Internet Explorer I can browse them
> without a problem. When I put the Squid-server that's on my LAN, I can
> browse the external-websites. Not the two that are on my LAN.
> When I examine the tcpdump I see that there are request to the www-port of
> my local webserver but it seems like Squid isn't getting anything back.
> After a while I see an "udp-port unreachable" to the proxy of my ISP pass
> by.
> I've put my ISP-proxy as the parent-proxy.
> All this is now running in a test-environment for our company. They are
> pleased with the functionallity of Squid...expect that
> local-webbrowsing-thing.
> Anyone got some help?
> Best Regards,
> Jim

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