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Squid Web-Proxy

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| What is a Web Proxy? | General information about the Squid proxy. |
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| Configuration using the web interface | An explanation of web proxy configuration optins in IPFire. |
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| Proxy-Extensions | Explains extensions available for those who are familiar with working on a Linux console. |
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| Extended know-how | Optimizations and additional information for a better understanding of Squid logging. |
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| Example configuration | There can be a variety of configurations used with the Squid proxy. Here are stable examples contributed by users. |
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| URL-filter configuration | Information on how to use URL-filter features of Squid. |
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| Update Accelerator usage | Basic info on features of the Update Accelerator. |

Information on the Squid proxy is divided in to different categories.
* "What is a Web-Proxy?" gives a quick overview of what Squid is capable of.
* "Configuration using the web interface" introduces you to the webinterface options in IPFire and provides hints configuring your system.
* "Proxy-extensions" is for advanced users. It includes instructions for working from the command-line, rather than the web interface.
* Tips and tricks for optimization, how the Squid logs can be read and left over items are in "Extended know-how".
* "Example configuration" includes examples of stable configurations, to help new users configure their proxy settings in IPFire, depending on their hardware and needs.

  • http://www.squid-cache.org/
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squid_proxy
  • http://linux.die.net/man/8/squid
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Older Revisions • October 5, 2015 at 10:58 am • dnl