Need help with conf. Squid - problems with the WWW.
Hello there! I installed squid3 a couple of days ago, and I'm amazed how easy it was to install and config.
Now to my problems: The first problem I stumbled upon was at canyouseeme.org - this site returns my local IP, not the WAN IP, and I guess this has to do with problem #2 ->
I recently bought an streaming service (C More-play in this example), and same problem comes here. I cannot watch a single movie, because C more play thinks I'm 192.168.0.2, not the external IP.
Is there a way to edit Squid to not act as an Proxy on certain sites?
I've read through the manual etc. But my english isn't that good, and I can't find the right Q/A.
Ramosel last edited by
There are bypass configuration boxes for both the inbound and outbound. Check the general tab on the Squid config. I have to do this from my internal Dish Network boxes. I set them to static IPs.
I've been fooling around a bit, disabling this - enabling that..and I read this thread: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=70281.0
At the moment, www.canyouseeme.org returns my IP as "unknown", while www.whatismyip.com / checkip.dyndns.org gives my static ip.
If I disable "Disable X-Forward", all those sites gives me the local IP, which is 192.168.0.2..
I installed squid (3) according to this guide: https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Setup_Squid_as_a_Transparent_Proxy
Why won't it show my static ip on all sites?
Tikimotel last edited by
Squid v3.3 uses different syntax, try:
(don't use the option in the squid menu, leave blank there)
Also try the "disable via" option.
You can check your proxy and or IP detection with this site.
That line did it! Thanks alot!