help w/ REDIRECT_PROXY
Douglas J Hunley
Wed Feb 12 18:58:48 CET 2003
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Anders Fugmann spewed electrons into the ether that resembled:
> Douglas J Hunley wrote:
> > Anders Fugmann spewed electrons into the ether that resembled:
> >>Maybe squid is not setup to act as an transparent proxy?
> >>Please check if the following is set in squid.conf:
> >> * httpd_accel_host virtual
> >> * httpd_accel_port 80
> >> * httpd_accel_with_proxy on
> >> * httpd_accel_uses_host_header on
> > no, those aren't turned on. I never needed them before.
> No - but you need them now in order for squid to work in transparent
> mode, which is what you want if you want to redirect all requests for
> port 80 to the squid proxy.
ok. did that. now I get 'the remote host refused the connection' and *nothing*
shows up in the squid log
> You can always disable squid's cacheing. The above is needed in order to
> set up squid as an transaprent proxy. Try do an google search on
> "transparent proxy squid".
but the whole point for me to use squid was for the caching. I shall google it
Douglas J Hunley (doug at hunley.homeip.net) - Linux User #174778
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