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Is there a way that I can configure my router to rewrite http requests?

So for example, if: 

is being accessed, it'll be re-written as:

But transparently returned to the client?

Thank you.

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I don't believe that Cisco IOS supports anything beyond basic interception and redirection of HTTP traffic. Sounds like you want to use WCCP with your router and a separate Squid cache server in an Interception Proxy configuration.

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How can I do an HTTP redirection? That would work for our needs as well. Thanks! – ensnare May 18 '10 at 6:52
See the document I linked above. There are plenty of examples and pointers to Cisco documentation. – obfuscurity May 18 '10 at 18:50

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