SARG – Squid Analysis Report Generator and Internet Bandwidth Monitoring Tool

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124 Responses

  1. Thisara says:

    Hi Thank You very much , it is really interest and useful article. Is it possible to set the login page to access squid-reports? or change URL address to some thing else with out using 10.93.2.1/squid-reports eg 10.93.2.1/reports-sarg/

    Thank You

  2. tuem says:

    Hi Ravi,

    Thanks for your guide, but i have some problem with my Squid. I use Squid 3.5.20 on Centos7 as transparent proxy. But my squid can’t show domain name of destination server like you. So my reports in top Sites are all ip address like xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:443 for HTTPS conenction. How can i fix it ?

    Thanks a lot !

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