[squid-users] Setting up proxy with private to public

Chris Bidwell - NOAA Federal chris.bidwell at noaa.gov
Tue Apr 14 14:03:19 UTC 2020

Okay, so I think I'm starting to get somewhere but the connection isn't
completing.  I can see the connection come through my firewall, but the
handshake doesn't appear to be happening.

My squid access log is saying:  TCP_MISS/503.

On Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 5:28 AM Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar at fantomas.sk>

> On 13.04.20 13:19, Chris Bidwell - NOAA Federal wrote:
> >Very new to squid and am looking to setup several internal subnets to
> >access external network (internet) through squid on a separate interface.
> squid does not use interfaces, squid uses IP addresses.
> interfaces are up to underlying OS.
> >Server has two IP's.  One private internal and one public.  Can someone
> >point me in the right direction to get this setup?  Running RHEL7.
> this way all internal clients must connect to SQUID's internal IP and squid
> will connect to the net using extenral IP.
> >Do I need to create static routes?
> maybe, however this is unrelated to squid
> > Do I need firewalld rules in place?
> no, unless you want to use HTTP interception.
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