[squid-users] Running two SQUID server on the same station

From: STADELMANN Patrick <Patrick.STADELMANN@dont-contact.us>
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 11:16:02 +0100


I'd like an advice about Squid. I use Squid proxy server to provide web
access from LAN workstations. No problem til here...
Now I need to run a second proxy server in my domain, so I've 2

Solution A:
I can run a second SQUID server on the same station, but in this case:
- Can I configure the new server to use a virtual interface (I've one
physical interface with two different IP addresses, one per proxy

Solution B:
I think it'll be the easiest way. I can install the new proxy server on
a different station
- Is it really more performant to have two SQUID server on two different
stations than sharing the same station?

Last question, can I configure SQUID to use a different outgoing IP
address according to source IP address. For example:
 If source IP address is in 192.168.10.x ---> Then IP outgoing address
should be
 If source IP address is in 192.168.20.x ---> Then IP outgoing address
souhld be

Thanks in advance for your help,

Received on Mon Feb 04 2002 - 03:16:04 MST

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