Re: [squid-users] How to set the IP of the real originator in HTTP requests (instead of Squid's IP)?

From: Amos Jeffries <>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2011 01:18:49 +1300

On 1/12/2011 11:26 p.m., Leonardo wrote:
> Thanks LR and AJ for your answers.
> As far as I understand, I can use the tcp_outgoing_address directive
> to explicitly specify a different outgoing address for each client
> subnet.
> However, what if I would like that the Cisco ASA sees directly the
> private IP address of the requesting client (kind of having a
> super-transparent Squid)? I understand this may require some hack, as
> at the network layer it *is* the Squid which handles the HTTP
> connections, but would it be possible?
> Best regards,
> L.

Squid supports transparent proxy (not the NAT interception people call
the same).

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