Squid and Spotify complaining on TCP 4070



  • Hello,

    I am seeing quite some logging around Spotify behing my Pfsense 2.4.2p1 and Squid3.5.27:

    Date	IP	Status	Address	User	Destination
    06.02.2018 17:40:47	10.0.0.10	TCP_MISS/206	http://audio-sp-lhr.spotify.com/audio/c9bc81393d5090017cace01e3509751560266b8a?	-	193.182.10.113
    06.02.2018 17:40:47	10.0.0.10	TCP_MISS/206	http://audio-sp-lhr.spotify.com/audio/c9bc81393d5090017cace01e3509751560266b8a?	-	193.182.10.113
    06.02.2018 17:40:46	10.0.0.10	TCP_MISS/206	http://audio-sp-lhr.spotify.com/audio/c9bc81393d5090017cace01e3509751560266b8a?	-	193.182.10.113
    

    I didn't find much on what was the issue
    https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Windows/Spotify-Firewall-Settings-amp-IP-Address-Range/td-p/1090179
    https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Windows/Spotify-with-Squid-proxy/td-p/593888

    Is there anything I should/can do to avoid such messages?

    Merci
    XabiX




  • Those are just cache miss messages.  Anything that ends in a ? is considered a dynamic URL and won't be cached unless you have written some refresh pattern rules to somehow handle it.  You're going to get a TCP_MISS for any request that isn't already in your cache.

    Are you having an actual problem or are you just asking about log messages?



  • Thanks Kom. No no real issues, I was just surprised to see that much of these messages in the logs.

    Maybe I will turn off the logs then and just reactivate them one day if I have issues :)



  • Maybe I will turn off the logs then and just reactivate them one day if I have issues :)

    Bad idea.  When you really need them, they won't be there.  Just set them to rotate and ignore them.


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