PHP script to show squidguard messages, anyone?



  • I'm not in any way a PHP programmer, so I'm asking all you wiz's ;D

    I would like to have squidguard to redirect to an extended url, like:
    intranet/forbudt.php?page=%u&group=%t

    and then have the variables shown on my webpage.

    Now, I have tinkered the PHP code that will display the variables (a lot of work for a nonprogrammer  ;)).

    $page = $_GET['page'];
    $group = $_GET['group'];

    echo "URL: $page  found in the group $group";
    ?>

    And I have a HTML page, question is though, how do I combine them, can I embed PHP on a webpage or what?

    <title>FORBIDDEN</title>

    <big><big><big>FORBUDT</big></big></big>

    The page
    you are trying to vist

    has been banned.

    If you think this is an error

    contact webmaster.

    ???



  • Heh, got it sorted (always helps with a bit of sleep).
    I had found a page that explained that it could be embedded, but it didn't work.
    What I hadn't considered was to change the extension to PHP, as soon as I did that, it worked like a charm.

    So now I have my simple page that says forbidden, and even gives a reason for it :-)



  • Where did you put your page to? Is it running on the pfsense box?



  • @Monoecus:

    Where did you put your page to? Is it running on the pfsense box?

    I have my website hosted on my NAS box (QNAP), and I've made a virtualhost just for this purpose, it works like a charm!
    Then I just redirect to that host with the arguments I want to show on the page.


Locked