Squid is a free, cross-platform caching proxy primarily used for web documents. Licensed under the GNU GPL, it runs on most available platforms, including Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and Windows. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP and other protocols.

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Simple way to monitor and analyze home network traffic, via proxy?

Question I'm looking for a way to create a simple list/log/database of the URLs my home computers have accessed. This list should show Domains, Urls, Timestamps, bytes sent/rec'd and that's about it. ...
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Routing issue with bridged connection

I had a problem setting up a wired to wireless bridge on my Raspberry Pi box - but that is now fixed - Wired to wireless bridge in Linux - but the consequence seems to be that the squid proxy server ...
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Setting Squid Transparent Proxy

I want to setup Squid transparent proxy on my server. However, I also want to have Apache running. And HTTP/HTTPS should work on Apache as well as on proxy port. So say: Apache serves HTTP ...
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Squid is ignoring my ACL

Second try: I configured Firefox to use the proxy IP and port, and it worked, so my hypothesis is correct: for some reason, the machine where Squid is running don't send to it the incoming petitions. ...
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Route all the traffic through my laptop (using Squid) wit Windows

I have just installed Squid on my laptop and I am successfully blocking all the traffic that I want to block ( websites, protocols etc. ). But I would like to route all the traffic form my LAN ( have ...
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Do I need to have a proxy server to have HTTP over SSH?

I want to use HTTP over SSH since in my university most of the sites are blocked. I have my own server to which I can using SSH. What I'm doing right now is have a squid proxy run on the server on a ...
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Configure IPTables [duplicate]

We have RHEL 5.0 squid proxy in our office. Our LAN is 172.20.12.0 /24 n/w. Proxy ip is 172.20.12.4 /24 . I want to share Internet through proxy. Most importantly: Suppose I have flushed the ...
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LInux squid proxy

We have RHEL 5.0 squid proxy in our office. Our LAN is 172.20.12.0 /24 n/w. proxy ip is 172.20.12.4 /24 . I want to share internet through proxy. Most importantly: I want to give full access to ...