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    Squid

    I installed squid from source code.

    Its operatrional and running.

    But when i want to enable Tranparent Proxy option , i cant find anthing like
    Httpd_accel_port or
    Httpd_accel_host

    I am using Fedora 4 and squid 2.6 stable 6.

    Any clue?????

    regards

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    Well from the description it clearly says:
    Default none
    Which means as default they're not mentioned in the configuration file, so if you want to use them, you need to write them in yourself...
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    Squid

    Hi,
    Http_accel_Host
    Http_accel_port

    these are in the line number: 2175 / 2176

    bye

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    Zmunawar, as of squid 2.6, these transparent proxy commands:

    Code:
    httpd_accel_host virtual
    httpd_accel_port 80
    httpd_accel_with_proxy on
    httpd_accel_uses_host_header on
    have been replaced with just this:

    Code:
    http_port 3128 transparent
    Check this "Controlling Web Access with Squid" link for more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmunawar View Post
    I installed squid from source code.

    Its operatrional and running.

    But when i want to enable Tranparent Proxy option , i cant find anthing like
    Httpd_accel_port or
    Httpd_accel_host

    I am using Fedora 4 and squid 2.6 stable 6.

    Any clue?????

    regards
    Hi Dear,

    Sorry i have never worked on Fedora 4, i tried to edit Fedora 3 squid with the same command i use on redhat 9, it's not working.
    Can you please tell me how you edit the squid on fedora 4?

    Brokechain

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    The configuration file in which these commands are located is:
    Code:
    /etc/squid/squid.conf
    Between Squid versions, the files can have very different syntax and commands, so it is not a good idea to overwrite the configuration file of a new version with that of an older version of squid. This can cause fatal errors that will prevent squid from starting. If squid fails to start, check your /var/log/messages file and the files in /var/log/squid (especially /var/log/squid/squid.out) for errors that can help you pinpoint the source of your problems.

    It is a much better practice to use the default configuration file that comes with the new version of squid and modify it with the only the important additional commands that you need.

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