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Because of Squid’s very extensive possibilities for configuration, you will find every section of the WUI on a separate page.
|Common settings||Squid offers various modes and common settings, that will be explained here.|
|Upstream proxy||Squid is also able to interact with other proxies, find more information here.|
|Log settings||How to activate logging of the Squid and where to find them|
|Cache management||The original task of a proxy is caching of web content. Find explanations about settings and examples here.|
|Destination ports||To find out, which standard ports and acceptable target ports Squid is using, check this page. Also individual settings are possible.|
|Network based access control||This clarifies, how to define your different network zones.|
|Classroom extensions||Squid also qualifies itself for use in schools. The so called classroom extensions are presented here.|
|Time restrictions||How am I able to restrict or to allow time-limited access?|
|Transfer limits||Here you can set download and upload limits . All data with above limits size will be blocked.|
|Download throttling||Squid is able to throttle the download speed per host, per zone or per data content. Read here how to do that.|
|MIME type filter||How to filter content with the help of MIME types|
|Privacy||Handling your own or commissioned (private) data is very sensitive topic. Squid possibilities are discussed here.|
|Authentication method||Here you find information about methods of authentication for users and how to configure that in Squid.|