[squid-users] bump then splice for the same URL

Alex Rousskov rousskov at measurement-factory.com
Mon Nov 30 07:17:40 UTC 2015

On 11/29/2015 07:03 PM, xxiao8 wrote:
> Is it possible to bump a URL then splice it immediately after when the
> client requests the same URL again?
> Put another way, I can set a few URL lists and put them to ssl-bump or
> ssl-splice statically, can I dynamically load the lists on the fly? so
> the same URL can be either spliced or bumped in real time.

Your question is somewhat malformed because splicing and bumping are
operations applied to CONNECT tunnels and intercepted connections, not
regular HTTP requests and their URLs. I will assume that by "URL" you
meant something like "the domain name of the intended destination".

The decision to bump or splice is made for every CONNECT tunnel and
intercepted connection. You may write [external] ACLs that will change
that decision depending on, say, the number of CONNECT tunnels to the
same address seen so far.


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