Squid Filter



  • Hello everyone.

    A client of mine is getting a weird problem.
    We're using squid to filter and authenticate web traffic, everything was working fine, but, now, anyone can access any site.

    Port 80 and 443 are not allowed on "Portas_Liberadas" (Allowed_Ports)

    For english friends;
    Lan Net = net 0 (local one)
    Acesso = access
    Rede = network 1
    IP_PRIVILEGIADO = Full access
    Portas_LIBERADAS = Allowed_Ports
    Redes_LIBERADAS = Allowed_Networks
    REDE_MA = Network 2



  • nathanpinotti,

    Are you using transparent proxy?

    Did you tried portuguese forum?

    att,
    Marcello Coutinho



  • Hello,

    I'm not using transp proxy. I have a LDAP integration.

    I've tried, but, anyone got me an answer, so, I'm trying here!

    Do you see some mistake?



  • @nathanpinotti:

    I'm not using transp proxy. I have a LDAP integration.
    Do you see some mistake?

    If you have a non transparent proxy, you need to block http and https ports and force client browser to use proxy port.
    squid port 3128 must be allowed on lan rules.

    @nathanpinotti:

    I've tried, but, anyone got me an answer, so, I'm trying here!

    Can you point me the post? There are a lot of tutorials for proxy configuration there.



  • Squid Port is on "Allowed_Ports" Alias.

    There's a VPN rule allowing all traffic to anywhere. Could it mess my LAN rule up?



  • @nathanpinotti:

    There's a VPN rule allowing all traffic to anywhere. Could it mess my LAN rule up?

    Not at all. Lan traffic pass by lan rules and floating tab, not vpn interface.


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