[squid-users] Assign multiple IP Address to squid

Leonardo Rodrigues leolistas at solutti.com.br
Tue Dec 29 13:06:33 UTC 2015

Em 29/12/15 10:43, Eugene M. Zheganin escreveu:
> Hi.
> On 29.12.2015 17:05, Reet Vyas wrote:
>> Hi
>> I have working squid3.5.4 configuration with ssl bump, I am using this
>> squid machine as router and have external IP to it and have a leased
>> line connection but with leased line I have 10 extra IP address and I
>> want to NAT those external ip to local ip on same network, like we do
>> in our router, so that I can assign those IP ip my machines having
>> webservers.
>> Please suggest me way to configure it.
> This has nothing to do with squid.

     Well, it can be squid-related as 'machines having webservers' is 
given by the OP. Yes, squid cannot be used to to port-forwarding as 
routers usually can do, but it can work as reverse-proxy 'publishing' 
internal-ip webservers to the world.

     You didnt specified if you're using squid for general proxy or 
reverse proxy. SSL-Bump, as far as i know, can be used for both.

     Maybe you wanna google or search the mailing list archives for 
reverse proxy setups, that's what you're looking for. But keep in mind 
if will work only for HTTP and HTTPS connections. If you want general 
port-forwarding, than Eugene is right, it's a not squid-related subject.


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