[squid-users] TCP-MISS 503 for wrong destination ip

Yuri Voinov yvoinov at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 11:33:50 UTC 2015

In the case of obviously faulty DNS you can, for example, set up your 
own caching DNS (for example, Unbound), which takes data from a known 
clean source - for example, by using DNSCrypt and, possible, with DNSSEC 
validation. And specifying it as a source of information for Squid's 
name resolving.

24.11.15 17:22, Ahmad Alzaeem пишет:
> Hi Devs ,
> I have a server that send to squid http/https with wrong destination ips
> So assume I want  to open google
> The request hit the squid with https/http  packet with payload 
> www.google.com <http://www.google.com> with ds tip not  the 
> real ds tip of google like 74.125.x.x
> The question is being asked here is .
> Is it possible to let squid to do another resolving again and chck the 
> right dst ip (74.125.x.x) and reach it ?
> Or at least let squid skip looking @ the ds tip and look only at the 
> payload (google.com) and try to resolve it and operate ?
> Is that possible on squid ?
> thanks
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