Re: [squid-users] how to bypass websites going true squid ?

From: Amos Jeffries <>
Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2012 16:23:44 +1200

On 03.07.2012 21:29, Ton Muller wrote:
> squid works fast now.
> but i noticed on some websites, that loading them ,takes to much
> time.
> up to 10x slower as when NOT using squid.
> searched for a solution, but is there way in squid.conf to say what
> sited NOT go true squid , but directly..

Not like you are asking for. Once Squid has received a request there is
nothing that can be done but to answer it.

You have to prevent the request arriving at Squid.
  * For interception and transparent proxies there are bypass rules to
prevent the interception operation happening.
  * For auto-configured proxies the PAC file can get if() conditions to
produce "return DIRECT"
  * For manually configured browsers there is the site exceptions list.

Received on Wed Jul 04 2012 - 04:23:48 MDT

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