LightSquid Issue



  • Hi Guys,

    I've installed Squid and LightSquid respectively, I've also tried installing squidguard but don't have to luck to make it work, just used OpenDNS instead ;D  anyways back to the real issue, LightSquid seems to be acting quite odd. Although there are reports on the LightSquid Report page but when I looked at it the results are quite odd, e.g., for this day the total bytes is only 4MB. I have more than two hundred users and I can't believe they will only consume that much. Another thing is when I looked at the individual ip's report and compared them, all of them browsed the same three sites which is not true.

    I think Squid stopped for some reason that is why there the LightSquid report is odd and pfSense gui is still saying that it's running.

    Has anybody encountered this issue? How did you resolved it?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Jan



  • Try pressing "refresh full", wait a few minutes, then check again.



  • Hi mhab,

    Yes I did, repeatedly and time and again but the output report is just like I mentioned.

    Jan



  • @jan:

    Hi Guys,

    I've installed Squid and LightSquid respectively, I've also tried installing squidguard but don't have to luck to make it work, just used OpenDNS instead ;D  anyways back to the real issue, LightSquid seems to be acting quite odd. Although there are reports on the LightSquid Report page but when I looked at it the results are quite odd, e.g., for this day the total bytes is only 4MB. I have more than two hundred users and I can't believe they will only consume that much. Another thing is when I looked at the individual ip's report and compared them, all of them browsed the same three sites which is not true.

    I think Squid stopped for some reason that is why there the LightSquid report is odd and pfSense gui is still saying that it's running.

    Has anybody encountered this issue? How did you resolved it?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Jan

    Helo, jan,

    Be careful, as submicron - Global Moderator - Sr. Member, said on: http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,5729.msg54580.html#msg54580

    "In fact, … installation of many packages, some of which are problematic."

    You can be triyng to install many packages (5 or more), and/or tryng to use a "problematic" package, or using it in conjuction with a "problematic" package.

    I sugest you, to try the same, but installing less packages.

    Regards.


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