Re: [squid-users] Don't Know Topic For This Question

From: OTR Comm <>
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 19:50:26 -0700

Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Feb 2004, OTR Comm wrote:
> > So, how can I stop suqid from getting data offsite except for user that
> > wget comes in as?
> See miss_access.
> You probably also want to enable offline_mode unless user access is always
> via a neighbor cache using this cache as sibling.

Okay! Something's not working though!

I have:

acl wget_prog proxy_auth wget
acl our_networks src ...
redirector_access deny wget_prog

http_access allow password
http_access allow wget_prog
#http_access allow our_networks (Commented out for this test)
http_access deny all

miss_access deny our_networks

offline_mode on

and then I run wget from the command line:

wget -r -q -nd -l 4 --delete-after

I see an entry in store.log, gut there is nothing in the cache and links
are not recursed

1076985107.052 RELEASE -1 FFFFFFFF 67BE901E5113F4EB321042E39658E0E6 403
1076985107 0 1076985107 text/html 1917/1917 GET

and when I try to access from my
browser, I get:

The requested URL could not be retrieved

Forwarding Denied.

It doesn't look like wget has access to the outside through squid either
and no one has access to the cache.

What have I done wrong?


Murrah Boswell
Received on Mon Feb 16 2004 - 19:51:07 MST

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