[Fwd: Re: [squid-users] Installed Squid and now what?]

From: Mustafa Aydemir <tecmusti_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 19:10:20 +0300

Thanks for reply Toro,

I think the fisrt thing i might do is understanding normal and reverse

attached mail follows:

1. You need to set up Squid in transparent mode
2. The bandwith saving, I think is only for "normal proxy" no for reverse
3. If you can read it, you can copy it.

2010/5/20 Mustafa Aydemir <tecmusti_at_gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I am new to squid and i am here for just one reason. I have been looking
> for caching mp3s stored on my server to save bandwith and also block
> downloading them. I found out that squid does both of these best. I have
> installed version but now i really dont know what to do. There are
> many examples on web but some gave errors so i decided to listen to squid
> community.
> Can you please give me some documentation or examples about
> 1. How will i let squid to work without changing browsers proxy settings? I
> mean it will be availabla for all visitors.
> 2. How will i cache mp3s to save bandwith?
> 3. This is not important but it would be great if users just can listen
> them but cant download?
> Please tell me that these can be done.
> Thank you all.
> Onur
Received on Thu May 20 2010 - 16:10:27 MDT

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