Re: [squid-users] redirecting https accesses?

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 09:07:04 +0100

If you are using Squid as a proxy then the redirector sees as much of https
as Squid does. A CONNECT request for the host name and port, no full URL.

Henrik Nordström
Squid Hacker

On Thursday 15 November 2001 05.00, Brett Lymn wrote:
> Folks,
> I am trying to get a system set up so that we can redirect
> accesses to some of our web servers off to an notice page when they
> are down for maintenance. I have set up squirm and that looks to work
> fine for a simple http access - the client gets redirected just fine.
> When I try to do this for a https access it seems that squirm is not
> doing it's job. I am pretty sure I have the squirm entry right, the
> regex is not convoluted. Will this work at all? I have a feeling
> that https is not passed to the redirector... is that true?
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