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  • Squid matches each Web access request it receives by checking the http_access list from top to bottom.

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  • Add this to the top of the http_access Section http_access allow morning http_access deny DenyHost

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  • Each ACL line defines a particular type of activity, such as an access time or source network, they are then linked to an http_access statement that tells Squid whether or not to deny or allow traffic that matches the ACL.

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  • # Only allow purge requests from localhost http_access allow purge

  • # Deny requests to unknown ports http_access deny!

  • By default squid won't accept connections from remote hosts so I modified one line to be like this (My server is not internet-facing): http_access allow all #forgive me kees

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  • # And finally deny all other access to this proxy http_access allow localhost http_access deny all

  • # Deny CONNECT to other than SSL ports http_access deny CONNECT!

  • I have done only basic configuration such as, visible_hostname [hostname] http_access allow all

  • One question though … squid still refuses all of my traffic for some reason here is my current http_access config … any suggestions?


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