Re: [squid-users] URL proxy question.

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 15:28:42 +0100

If you are using Squid as a proxy, then this is done via redirection. You need to write a
redirector thar rewrites the URL "on the fly".

The following small Perl snippet should do...

#!/usr/bin/perl -p
BEGIN { $| = 1 }
s%^ && next;

If you does not use Squid as a proxy, and want it to act as a surrogate for, then what you are looking for is called "acceleration".
I.e. if you want to publish a on the internet,
acting as a caching surrogate

Henrik Nordström
Squid Hacker

On Wednesday 14 November 2001 15.07, Hennie Rautenbach wrote:
> As an example. I'd like to define something like
> my squid server which points to
> users who open the URL end up
> at via my squid server and ISP. At the
> registered source address should be my squid-server.
Received on Wed Nov 14 2001 - 07:28:34 MST

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