[squid-users] Caching requests to a non standard http port help please.

1508 1508 at notleb.com
Sun Aug 9 16:27:07 UTC 2015

Hello Anthony,

Thank you for your reply.

My quest is to try and cache stuff from a site called Second Life.

My bandwidth is poor and I'm trying to cache large objects that regulary get

The thing is part of the url will change, however the content willl not.

Here are some examples of urls I am trying to cache:


OK, some answers.

Port 10050 was an example. 

acl Safe_ports port 80		# http
acl Safe_ports port 443	# https
acl Safe_ports port 12043 # LL port
acl Safe_ports port 12046 # LL port

I am trying to rewrite part of the URL because the same data gets fetched
from different computers. So
in the RLs above the same item can be sent twice.

I cannot see how the standard configuration can assume part of a URL is a

I have managed to rewrite static URL domain names and just change a ? into a
/ so items get stored OK.

Thanks, Ben.

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