Squid config suggestions
from those who are more experienced with pfsense and squid than I…
I have a pfsense install with a lan (unused, really) and 4 vlans (and a wan of course). Should I bind squid on the lan and then enable squid on the 2 vlans I wish to proxy or should I bind on a vlan directly?
Any pros or cons to either method?
marcelloc last edited by
Just select interfaces you want squid to listen on.
An alternative for virtual hosts is to listen squid on 127.0.0.1(loopback) and create nat rules for interfaces/virtual ips you what to squid be available.