jorgeley at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 21:12:26 UTC 2015
thanks, that's what I trying right now.
2015-08-12 14:14 GMT-03:00 Leonardo Rodrigues <leolistas at solutti.com.br>:
> Of course you can always use 'acl aclname browser' to identify some
> specific agents and, using that, try to match android browsers.
> however, that would be basically impossible to guarantee to work 100%
> because softwares that calls HTTP requests can always sent different
> identifications and, thus, your rule will not match. And those rules would
> allow, also, other browsers/OSs to fake their agent-id and, forcing
> something that will look like an Android to you, have the access allowed
> without authentication.
> You can try, but i would say you can never have a fully 100% working
> and 100% fake-proof setup on that scenario.
> Em 12/08/15 14:09, Jorgeley Junior escreveu:
>> Hi guys.
>> Is there a way to work around android under squid authentication???
>> I could make an ACL to a range of address that my wifi router distribute
>> to my wifi network and deny auth for them, but I'd like to identify the
>> Android clients and specify that just them do not need authentication.
>> Any ideas?
>> Thanks since now
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