Why does not it block the squidguard?



  • I'm blocking in pfsense with squidguard and squid in transparent mode but it does not block me and I have the ACL groups I have the domains plus I have the ips that I do not want to see that content. I'm desperate, I hope you can help me :)



  • People can try to help you if you supply them with details of your configuration.



  • @KOM This is my configuration :D 1.PNG 2.PNG 3.PNG 4.PNG 5.PNG 6.PNG 7.PNG



  • Squidguard is strange in that when you make any configuration changes, you MUST go back to the Squidguard General settings page then click Save then Apply or none of your changes will take effect.



  • @KOM I did it that way but nothing u.u thanks !!



  • OK, so give us an example of how it doesn't work. Pick a client on your LAN and a destination URL that should be blocked. Show what happens. Show the squid access.log and the squidguard block log. Do you even know for sure that the client is using the proxy? Do you have tcp80,443 blocked on LAN to force proxy use?



  • @KOM At the moment I do not have access to pfsense but I will try tomorrow.
    Answering your questions:
    Do you even know for sure that the client is using the proxy? I do not think so
    Do you have tcp80,443 blocked on LAN to force proxy use? not yet how I do it, sorry :( mmmm I do not remember where



  • OK, you said transparent mode so for sure they are being forced to go through the proxy, and therefore you don't need to manually block ports on LAN.



  • @KOM Thanks your comments have been very useful !!! n.n/


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