[squid-users] Replacing Microsoft TMG by Squid.
eliezer at ngtech.co.il
Sun Oct 18 16:05:16 UTC 2015
What version of squid are you using? self compiled or RPMs?
It's clear that you do have basic_ldap_auth and you can use that to
authenticate you users using that.
If you are trying to build squid from sources you will need ldap
dependencies to be able to build LDAP auth.
I have seen the thread going on and on but you do have
basic_ldap_auth... so what is the question at all about using that or not?
On 16/10/2015 20:51, Sebastien.Boulianne at cpu.ca wrote:
> Hi all,
> Like you know, Microsoft discountinued the TMG.
> The TMG was used as a reverse proxy.
> Since many days, I work to replace our TMG by a Squid server v3.5.10 with Oracle Linux 7 x64.
> I moved some sites this week but I have a little problem now.
> How can I ask LDAP credentials for a user who want to access a directory on another server ?
> I currently do that with our TMG.
> I used Google but I can only find doc about LDAP auth for users they want to access the internet.
> [root at squid squid]# cd /usr/lib64/squid/
> [root at squid squid]# ls
> basic_db_auth basic_pam_auth cert_valid.pl ext_session_acl negotiate_kerberos_auth url_fake_rewrite
> basic_getpwnam_auth basic_pop3_auth digest_edirectory_auth ext_time_quota_acl negotiate_kerberos_auth_test url_fake_rewrite.sh
> basic_ldap_auth basic_radius_auth digest_file_auth ext_unix_group_acl ntlm_fake_auth
> basic_msnt_auth basic_sasl_auth digest_ldap_auth ext_wbinfo_group_acl ntlm_smb_lm_auth
> basic_msnt_multi_domain_auth basic_smb_auth diskd helper-mux.pl ssl_crtd
> basic_ncsa_auth basic_smb_auth.sh ext_file_userip_acl log_db_daemon storeid_file_rewrite
> basic_nis_auth cachemgr.cgi ext_ldap_group_acl log_file_daemon unlinkd
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