Re: [squid-users] Put all port 80, 443 http https rtmp connections from openvpn through squid?

From: J Webster <>
Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2012 19:23:11 +0200

squid is a http proxy and not rtmp.
> rtmp use other ports then 80\443 and cannot be used over squid(you can
> if it's tcp and you allow CONNECT and unsafe ports which is not safe..
> and will make the vpn connection vulnerable and maybe useless)
> if you have a solid reason to do so it can be a nice project to try.
> a more simple way is to assign dedicated IP for each certificate\client.
> Regards,
> Eliezer
The reason I asked about rtmp is that many sites you access the video
via the web browser but it sends it back via rtmp.
So, this is not possible through squid at all?
However, it is possible in a direct connection. So, can you allow 80,443
to go through squid but accept the return directly if on rtmp? probably not.

So, assign a static IP to a certificate and then have squid log by IP
address, then have a program match up the ip at the time with the client
Received on Sat Aug 11 2012 - 17:23:27 MDT

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