Unlike the other authentication choices, the ident authentication method can be used to control user access without the user explicitly providing a user name and password. This allows the ident method to be used in transparent proxy mode.
Select identd and click 'Save' to configure the Common Identd Settings options.
Activates the ident authentication process for requests received by the Web Proxy.
Specifies the time for the ident authenticator to wait for a verification response from the user's machine.
Define the host and subnet addresses of the systems that may use the Web Proxy. Each host must run the RFC1413 Identification Protocol service so that the Web Proxy can ask for a user name for each request.
If enabled, the Web Proxy will apply the ident authentication check to hosts that have no other network access controls configured for them.
Authentication is not used for the domains in this list and all hosts and all users can access these sites.
Use this option to list users who are allowed or denied external access through the Web Proxy. Either a whitelist or a blacklist may be used to manage the account names.
Authorized users (one per line)
Specify the user account names allowed access to external networks through the proxy service.
Unauthorized users (one per line)
Specify the user account names denied access to external networks through the proxy service.