Re: [squid-users] Squid 2.6 + Debian Etch + tproxy + bridge + transparent proxy

From: Adrian Chadd <>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 12:06:15 +0800


I've posted this to the Squid blog. I hope its alright with you!


On Wed, Apr 02, 2008, Jason Healy wrote:
> Hey all,
> I've been a happy user of Squid for the past 10 years or so, and I'd
> like to take a second to thank everyone who has worked so hard to make
> such a great piece of software! I'd like to give back to the Squid
> community, but unfortunately I'm not much of a C hacker. However, I'm
> hoping I can still help.
> I've just spent a few days getting my school's Squid install up to
> date (we were running 2.5 on Debian Woody). I switched to using
> tproxy this time around (we used to do policy routing on our core, but
> it was spiking the CPU too much). Thanks to the mailing list, some
> articles on the web, and a little messing around I was able to get the
> whole system up and running. I've documented the steps here:
> The document is written for someone with a decent grasp of Linux, and
> is specifically geared to Debian Etch. There are some tweaks that are
> specific to our install (compile-time flags, mostly), but otherwise
> it's pretty generic. Hopefully, this will help someone else out who's
> trying to build a similar system, so I'm posting so it will hit the
> archives.
> Feel free to adapt, add to the wiki, or mirror if you find it useful.
> Also, any corrections are welcome. ;-)
> Thanks again for all your efforts!
> Jason
> --
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