Anonymous Proxy Using Squid 3 On CentOS 5.xNov 23, 2008, 00:16 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The following How To sets up CentOS 5 as OS but it can be implemented on CentOS 4, Fedora Core 5-9 with same steps and SQUID version 3. By default SQUID only uses the default IP to communicate on the Internet but we will make use of all IPs available on the server to act as an anonymous proxy, i.e., if a user connects to IP1 of server then IP1 will act as a proxy and forward the same IP, if a user connects to IP2 then IP2 will act as a proxy and foward the same IP and so on and also we will implement ncsa user based authentication to protect the server from unauthorized usage."
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