Non-Transparent squid proxy issue
nucleic last edited by
Before I was using smoothwall and Ipcop. Now, I changed to pfsense.
I have Just installed pfsense and all required packages. I have setup non-transparent mode proxy so that all user must configure proxy settings on their browsers to access internet.
But what I see here, few users who has not configured proxy settings on their browsers are still able to access internet.
Does non-transparent feature not block all internet traffic by automatically if users not configured proxy settings on their browsers ?
almabes last edited by
(Re)Visit the rules on your LAN interface. You probably still have the default "allow all" rule in place.
KOM last edited by
What I do is create an alias for the proxy and an alias for the web ports (80, 443). Then I create an Allow All pass rule at the top for the Proxy alias. Under that, I put a block rule for All with dest ports being the Web Ports alias. Save & done.