Re: [squid-users] squid config with proxy.pac

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 19:27:52 +0100

No, you you can inspect that proxy.pac to figure out the actual rules for how
requests should be forwarded. Then set up the same rules in squid.conf by
using the cache_peer, always_direct, never_direct and cache_peer_access

(the cache_peer_access directive is only needed if the proxy.pac script uses
different proxies for different URL's)

Henrik Nordström

On Wednesday 21 November 2001 10.51, Stefan Hufer wrote:
> I want to use squid behind a firewall.
> The only way out to the internet is another squid proxy, but I can't get
> the configuration of that machine. The only way I configure my web browser
> is a proxy.pac-file from that machine.
> Is it possible to configure my squid automatically with the proxy.pac-file
> from the other squid?
> How do I do that?

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