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Offline amberrip

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Transparent proxy
« on: September 30, 2010, 05:15:03 AM »
Hi To all Linux guru, please help me to build a transparent proxy server in a non gateway system. Is that possible? I want to restrict all access in the internet using our current gateway.. Can you show me some lights.. thanks in advance.. I already found an instruction in other forum it didn't work out. In addition Im using centos 5.5

In related to this, If will reinstall my squid in centos, im just confused from the command as per checking from the previous forum here given by Ricky, is this working in Centos.. (Is the command below used in freebsd) Because in centos you can just install squid using yum..

 # enabling the transparent proxy feature during compliation.
./configure --enable-linux-netfilter
 # then make
 # then make install
make install
« Last Edit: September 30, 2010, 05:58:45 AM by amberrip »

Offline kaushalpatel1982

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Re: Transparent proxy
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2010, 05:19:03 PM »
I didnt get your setup. Are you using Linux in Bridge Mode? do you want to use squid in bridge mode ?

In any case you require to reinstall squid server, you can use yum.

# yum install squid

you will be asked for confirmation just press y and enter. you are ready with your squid installed.