Re: [squid-users] Reverse proxy setting

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 04:41:18 +0100

Yes. Simply configure Squid as an accelerator for virtual domains,
and add the IP's of your real servers to /etc/hosts.

Don't forget to set up proper access controls on what may be
forwrarded via your Squid.

Henrik Nordström

On Tuesday 05 February 2002 04.06, Kristopher Lalletti wrote:
> I was curious.
> I want to set-up a squid on a firewall to dispatch requests to more
> than 1 server on the internal network, can this be done?
> For example, webserverA.domain and webserverB.domain point to the
> same public IP where the Squid cache listens.
> However, webserverA and webserverB have different IP's on a
> non-routable network.
> Can squid associate a virtual hostname and relay it to a
> predetermined IP?
> If so? What's the approach?
> Thanks
> Kris

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