RE: [squid-users] transparent proxy with transparent gateway (hrm)

From: Anton Krall <>
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 12:14:31 -0600

I have a similar question..

I have some Lucent TNTs... I have some dialup users.. So my question
is... I want my dialup users to start using the proxy but of course..
They cant change any of their settings so... How would you go about it?

What hardware do I need.. I mean, 1 linux pc with squid, and what
configuration would be needed in a router or the tnts?

By default.. The users default gateway is the TNT... And the TNT goes to
the router...

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Original > -----Original Message-----
Original > From: Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
Original > []
Original > Sent: Viernes, 01 de Febrero de 2002 03:09 p.m.
Original > To: Terry Davis
Original > Cc:
Original > Subject: Re: [squid-users] transparent proxy with
Original > transparent gateway (hrm)
Original >
Original >
Original > using Linux? Easy: use ipchains with the -j REDIRECT chain.
Original >
Original > On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, Terry Davis wrote:
Original >
Original > > This is a good one and perhaps I need to be
Original > slapped around a bit for
Original > > even suggesting it.
Original > >
Original > > I want to set up transparent proxying. I do not
Original > want to change the
Original > > default gw on my clients. Is there a way that I
Original > can set up an ethernet
Original > > bridge that 'listens' for port 80 connections and
Original > mangles those packets
Original > > so the destination address is the proxy server? I
Original > think I know the
Original > > answer to this but it's worth a shot.
Original > >
Original > >
Original >
Original > --
Original > Go away or I'll replace you with a very short shell script.
Original >
Original >
Original >
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