I can not find Lightsquid! Help guys …
Good evening everyone, I'm new to pfSense is new to the forum …
Tonight I wanted to configure a proxy with the function of collecting the data traffic carried by my client that I have in the home LAN.
I followed a guide found on google that explains where to do this you need to install Squid first and then later Lightsquid.
I went through the list of available packages up the menu and tried the package named squid. Installed, configured and working.
I need to install Lightsquid to display the information I need.
I go back into the menu and try Lightsquid this time the package but can not find!
How is this possible? How can I fix?
I rely on your counsel and your experience in the hope that the solution is simple (amministraotre are a network but do not know Linux, FreeBSD, etc. ..)
Hoping to receive your answers,
I greet you and thank you.
lightsquid will be in menu status not in services :)
Meanwhile, I thank you for your answer, you have been very kind.
Listen, I did not understand but if LightSquid is already installed or install it.
I followed these instructions: http://skear.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-setup-a-transparent-proxy-using-pfSense towards the end of the guide, where he speaks of "PROXY REPORTS". According to this guide should I install the package from the package manager LightSquid as I did for Squid.
However, at this time are not home and I can reach my pfSense but this evening, upon returning, I'll try to do as you advise.
For now, thank you.
check to enable log in squid services.
Hello Mike, nothing to do … I can not find the installer for LightSquid.
Who can tell me how can I do? I have followed both the instructions you gave me but I can not help me ... please.
Pending thank you
same problem here. Installed 2.0-RELEASE embedded, then installed squid package that is now running with no problems. Installer for Lightsquid is not found, cannot install.
Is it not included with 2.0-RELEASE because of bugs?
I just installed it on two boxes lastnight… 2.0-Release, no problems..
Might try it again..
edit: I'm using x86, not sure if the package is available for x64.
Yes it's on the AMD64 build and installs fine on my systems. Not sure about the embedded build
It's not included in the package list used for the embedded images because of the writes needed to the CF card. Although i would have liked an option like "thanks for the warning, but install anyway". :)