Squid3 Reverse Proxy - Force Cache and Suppress Version
TheBanHammer last edited by
Hello pfSense Gurus!
I have been using pfSense for about 2 years now and I love it. One of my favorite features has come to be Squid2 and Squid3. Right now I am using Squid3 to run both proxy and reverse proxy.
Using this forum I have my reverse proxy running. There are two questions if have to make it work perfectly:
1. How can I force Squid3 (the reverse proxy part in pfSense) to suppress the addition headers identifying the host as Squid? (picture of my headers attached.[Contained in the red box])
2. How can I get Squid (reverse proxy) to forcefully cache static (text/HTML) content?
Squid3 will query my web server on the local network every time I connect. I have two remote machines that I use for testing. When I look in my Squid logs both machines show their remote IP address separately and each time it says "TCP_MISS/200". (Picture attached)
I have a openVPN connection between two networks. One network is the public IP(site B) I use to run my website and the other network is my private network(site A). It works right now and the DNS has no problems resolving.
When i check the headers (in my example[contained in blue box]) it says that is has not changed for two days and has an eTag. That header is from Apache server itself(I have checked headers on localhost using [curl -I]).
If I understand how the reverse proxy is supposed to be working. Since it is being presented with a not changed since date it should be caching it at (site B), but instead it queries (site A) for each call.
tl;dr - Need help suppressing Squid's headers in reverse proxy mode and forcing the reverse proxy to cache static content.
I thank you for any assistance you can provide!
![TCP Headers.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/TCP Headers.png)
![Reverse Proxy Cache.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/Reverse Proxy Cache.png)
![TCP Headers.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/TCP Headers.png_thumb)
![Reverse Proxy Cache.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/Reverse Proxy Cache.png_thumb)