cal2600 last edited by
Is it possible to have a rule that allows one ip address bypass the squid proxy and go straight out the internet. I am having issues with one website and the vendor claims that it is because traffic is going through a proxy.
rjcrowder last edited by
yes… put a "not whatever IP address" on the rule that redirects. If you have a rule that blocks IP's going out (other than the proxy) then you'll also need to add the "not this IP" on the block rule.
cirkit last edited by
yes I have done it
I have created an alias…host:192.168.1.254....I want this ip should not go through squid
hence I put the below rule before the nat rule that redirects all http & https to port 3128.
the ip 192.168.1.254 can bypass the proxy as well as go through the proxy depending on browser settings.
If anyone has a better way of doing please suggest..