[squid-users] Re: peer-cache question

From: babajaga <augustus_meyer_at_yahoo.de>
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2013 04:20:20 -0700 (PDT)

Fine, at least some progress.

Now you should upgrade your squid and verify, that http forwarding still

is based on squid 3.3
But you have 3.1

You should not use any other wiki/info as directly mentioned here in the
Because the developers are here from time to time, too. So you will get
up-to-date info.
And from most knowledgable source.

As a step-by-step procedure, I would first to try to set up explicit
(non-transparent) SSL-proxy with squid, to be accessed because of definition
in the browsers proxy settings. So it would mean, the google-proxy must be
SSL-capable first and only. This should be the simplest possible https-proxy

In case, then you setup a proxy.pac for the browser, this would be a simple,
alternate solution regarding splitting up the traffic to different squids.

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