How do I use LightSquid to track access to Internal Sites?



  • Hello,

    I have Squid setup in a transparent proxy, and Lightsquid to report the HTTP usage of our employees, but we want to be able to compare the time/bandwidth/connections to external sites to the internal sites we have on our servers in-house. Basically, the setup we have now is nice, and will allow us to discipline someone who is spending excessive time on facebook, but we also want to be able to compare the time of facebook with the time spent on our ticketing system, and our mediawiki server. we don't care if the employees use facebook, we just care if they ONLY use facebook, and to do that we need a good way to track access to internal sites like we are able to with external sites currently.

    All our internal sites have DNS records, NAT reflection is enabled, the "Automatically create outbound NAT rules which assist inbound NAT rules that direct traffic back out to the same subnet it originated from." is enabled. in the squid config page, "Do not forward traffic to Private Address Space (RFC 1918) destination through the proxy server but directly through the firewall. " is NOT checked.

    I have been googling for about 3 hours now, and am totally at a loss.


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