[squid-users] NOTICE: Authentication not applicable on intercepted requests.

Yuri Voinov yvoinov at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 19:22:05 UTC 2016

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01.07.2016 1:19, Eugene M. Zheganin пишет:
> Hi.
> On 30.06.2016 17:04, Amos Jeffries wrote:
>> On 30/06/2016 9:21 p.m., Eugene M. Zheganin wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Could this message be moved on loglevel 2 instead of 1 ?
>>> I think that this message does 95% of the logs of the intercept-enabled
>>> caches with authentication.
>>> At least some switch would be nice, to switch this off instead of
>>> switching the while facility to 0.
>> This message only happens when your proxy is misconfigured.
> Well, it may be.
>> Use a myportname ACL to prevent Squid attempting impossible things like
>> authentication on intercepted traffic.
> Sorry, but I still didn't get the idea. I have one port that squid is
configured to intercept traffic on, and another for plain proxy
requests. How do I tell squid not to authenticate anyone on the
intercept one ? From what I know, squid will send the authentication
sequence as soon as it encounters the authentication-related ACL in the
ACL list for the request given. Do have to add myportname ACL with
non-intercepting port for all the occurences of the auth-enabled ACLs,
or may be there's a simplier way ?
Interceprion proxy don't support auth. By default. End of discussion.
> Thanks.
> Eugene.
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