Configuring Squid Proxy Server with Restricted Access and Setting Up Clients to Use Proxy – Part 5

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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55 Responses

  1. Alex Ostrem says:

    It might be more helpful to emphasize a squid via a text-based browser since there is no GUI on the LFCE.

  2. MUKESH MAJUMDER says:

    Hey Gabriel,

    Thanks for sharing it, I am looking for it on the internet, Finally found it here. Thanks a lot. Keep sharing and keep helping others.

  3. Enzo says:

    Hi,

    Why in this picture you repeat the rule: http_access allow localhost, is neccesary? because was declare in the first line.

    Thanks

  4. Vishal says:

    Hello All,

    I am configured the squid server in our environment within same network (lan network),on my squid server there is two ip one for my lan ip and second for internet. i have to provide internet access on on my rest network which reachable on my lan network.

  5. Chandra Prakash says:

    Hi,

    We have using squid proxy server for one of our web server. Now we are facing an issue while listing components (source control components) more than 200 in numbers, it is throwing error shown as below.

    Service failed to communicate with repository https://xxx.xxxx.com:9443/ccm/: CRJAZ0098E The following service failed: com.ibm.te
    am.scm.common.rest.IScmRichClientRestService{/ccm/service/com.ibm.team.scm.common.rest.IScmRichClientRestService}. The server returned the HT
    TP error 400 with this error text: Bad Request.

    But if we access the same list command using the direct web server link, it listing all the components (totally we have 350 components).

    Is there any specific configuration in squid to increase the limit?

    Please help us to over come this issue. Thanks in advance.

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      I’m sorry but this is out of the scope of the LFCE certification, which is what this article was written for. We also offer support services on demand for requests like yours. If you’re interested, just let us know and we’ll reach out to you!

  6. josh says:

    great article but how or where did you setup the client machine and squid server.

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      For client setup refer to the In Firefox section. The instructions to set up the server are in the rest of the article.

  7. Toper Palma says:

    Hi.
    Could you confirm if Squid server can restrict logging in to Facebook with company given username and password only?
    Example:

    In Facebook, i can login company User1 as username. but when i try myUser1 in Facebook, proxy server will block.

  8. sanju says:

    Hi Gabriel,

    I am configured squid server in our environment then setup the proxy in all machine’s but after that i am not able access mail in my Thunderbird GUI i am stock for this reason all is working fine but user not able to access mail i know squid not support smtp, pop and imap can you please suggest me what do in this case.

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      I’m sorry but this is out of the scope of the LFCE certification, which is what this article was written for. We also offer support services on demand for requests like yours. If you’re interested, just let us know and we’ll reach out to you!

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