[squid-users] SQUID with cache_peer config + E2guardian - too many connections

Klaus Brandl klaus_brandl at genua.de
Wed Jul 29 15:27:16 UTC 2020

tried to add the option "no-netdb-exchange" on your cache_peer line?

On Wednesday 29 July 2020 11:50:20 Contato - KONNTROL wrote:
> Hello Amos/Klaus/Fantomas,
> Thanks for your help.
> I have searched for the "via off"  and "via on" - The directive was not
> present on the config file but I am assuming "via on" it's the default
> option. Anyway I added it to the config file. No Success. I also checked
> the visible_hostname, as suggested by Klaus (Thanks Klaus for the help!!) .
> It was set to localhost, then I changed to something different. No success
> as well.
> So, I decided to make another test using Wireshark. For that, I put the
> squid down before starting the capture, then started Squid after capturing.
> What I can see is squid sending thousands of requests (like a machine gun)
> against the E2G (loopback interface on port 8080) with thousands of "408
> Request Time Out" entries. I also see the following HTTP GET:
> ""  by the way,  8080 is
> E2G port. Not sure what it is. The 408 above are probably because of this
> calling.
> Attached you can see the capture file, just in case you have wireshark or
> any other software able to read .cap file. Don't worry, there is nothing
> confidential on the file. That's a LAB environment. That is really
> confusing me.
> Thank You very Much!
> Regards
> Fabricio.



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