[squid-users] Re: OS X Server 3.0 on Mavericks -> Squid -> Multiple Outgoing IPs

From: dmoore8883 <dustin_at_pgiauto.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2013 12:43:51 -0700 (PDT)

Okay, I found a solution that works for me. This may not be the proper way to
do it, but it is working. So here's the information

I'm running OS X Server 3.0 on Mavericks First Under network settings I have
3 network interfaces

The .186 interface is the primary and active service. For all 3 of these
network interfaces I click the advanced button, navigate to the proxies tab
and enter the .186 address as the address and 3128 as the port.

Now, I opened the Server Admin control panel, (the app called server) and
created a website for each of the IPs. I called them proxyone, proxytwo and
proxythree. Make sure that you assign the appropriate IP and that they are
on port 80!

Now this is the squid config setup I ended up going with acl ip1 myip acl ip2 myip acl ip3 myip

tcp_outgoing_address ip1 tcp_outgoing_address ip2
tcp_outgoing_address ip3

If you make changes to squid while it's running, be sure to restart it.

It's now working perfectly for me, finally. If someone has the "right" way
or a smarter way to do this, please let me know. Thanks!

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