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6 Squid needs to know that you want to allow machines in local_net ACL to have access to the proxy-cache, which you do by adding the following line in squidconf just before the http_access deny all line:
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7 You need to tell Squid the username of the cache manager user If you want to use webmaster@yourdomaincom as the cache manager user, define the following line in squidconf:
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8 To tell Squid the user and group it should run as, add the following lines in squidconf:
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Here Squid is told to run as the nobody user and to use permissions for the group called nogroup 9 Save the squidconf file and run the following command to create the cache directories:
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After configuring Squid, you can run the /usr/local/squid/bin/squid & command to start Squid for the first time You can verify it is working in a number of ways: Squid shows up in a ps x listing Running client wwwniteccom dumps Web page text to your terminal The files cachelog and storelog in the /usr/local/squid/logs directory show Squid to be working Running squid k check && echo Squid is running tells you Squid is active Now for the real test: If you configure the Web browser on a client machine to use the Squid proxy, you should see results In Netscape Navigator, select Edit Preferences and then select Proxies from within the Advanced category By selecting Manual Proxy Configuration and then clicking View, you can specify the IP address of the Squid server as the http, FTP, and Gopher proxy server The default proxy port is 3128, so unless you have changed it in the squidconf file, place that number in the port field
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If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, you can set Squid server as your http, FTP, and Gopher proxy by choosing Tools Internet Options Connections LAN Settings Then click the Use a proxy server option which enables the Advanced button Click the Advanced button and enter the Squid server and port number in appropriate entry boxes for HTTP, FTP, and Gopher Click OK a few times to close all the dialog boxes
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You should now be able to browse any Web site as if you had no proxy You can double-check that Squid is working correctly by checking the log file /usr/local/ squid/logs/accesslog from the proxy server and making sure the Web site you were viewing is in there
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Now that you have Squid up and running, you can customize it to fit your needs Ultimately, a tool such as Squid should be completely transparent to your users This invisibility removes the users from the complexity of administration and enables them to browse the Web as if there were no Web proxy server Although I do not detail how to do that here, you may refer to the Squid Frequently Asked Questions at http://squidnlanrnet/Squid/FAQ/FAQhtml Section 17 of this site details using Squid as a transparent proxy
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This section shows you the basics to using Squid as a Web proxy Squid has many features above and beyond those discuss here If you are interested in making Squid function beyond the basics, visit the Squid Web page at http://squid nlanrnet
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By default, Squid does not restrict your users from accessing any sites You can define rules in your squidconf file to set access control lists and to allow or deny visitors according to these lists; for example:
acl BadWords url_regex foo bar
By adding the preceding line, you have defined an ACL rule called BadWords that matches any URL containing the words foo or bar
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This applies to http://foodeepwellcom/pictures and http://www thekennedycompoundcom/ourbarjpg because they both contain words that are members of BadWords
By adding the following: