Re: [squid-users] url_regex -i file format

From: Henrik Nordstrom <hno@dont-contact.us>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 04:55:04 +0100

One regex per line

If you want to match an extension then use
\.ext$

For a full description of regex, see "man 7 regex", "man egrep", and
numerous books and other resources on the subject..

Regards
Henrik Nordstr÷m

On Sunday 03 February 2002 11.37, Ionel GARDAIS wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've found in the archives an example for blocking
> some specific files extentions (ie. .mp3, .avi, .mpg)
> by using this acl rule :
>
> acl blockfiles url_regex -i
> "/etc/squid/file_extention_block.txt"
>
>
> My question is simple : what is the format of this
> file ? Do I have to put the leading dot ? One
> extention per line ?
>
>
> Also, for sites blocking, I foudn this rule :
>
> acl blockedsites url_regex -i "/etc/squid/block.txt"
>
>
> Same question : Does I have to put the leading
> "http://" info ? Does a simple IP address works or do
> I have to write the FQDN ? One address per line ?
>
>
> Thanks for your help,
> ionel
>
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