Re: [squid-users] Getting connection port with ICAP or eCAP

From: Eliezer Croitoru <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 17:33:59 +0200

You can use the port name acl to allow specific ICAP service.
you can use use an argument for ICAP service such as:

"icap_service qlproxy13128 reqmod_precache bypass=0

as you see there is an argument in the url so just add another service like:

"icap_service qlproxy13129 reqmod_precache bypass=0

and if the ICAP service supports arguments you will have an option to
set rules per each port.

What I was actually wondering is if something like that can be added to
the ICAP url as argument to the same service instead of using this kind
of ACL.

There is another option that adds to the ICAP service headers to provide
this data.


On 11/14/2012 10:17 AM, Sharon Sahar wrote:
> Hi,
> I Don't understand how do to combine an ICAP url ( like "icap_service
> qlproxy1 reqmod_precache bypass=0 icap://" ) with
> an ACL to use it only for traffic who reaches squid at a specific
> port. (one of the ports squid listens on ) can you please help me
> with an example?
> Much appreciated!

Eliezer Croitoru
IT consulting for Nonprofit organizations
eliezer <at>
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