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I'm new to the Kernel iptables/netfilter. I'm having red hat linux with Linux Kernel 2.6.37-rc1,iptables 1.4.10 ,squid 3.1. But my iptables are not configured with tproxy table. Now, i want to recompile the netfilter/iptables module alone to enable the tproxy. can any body help me out a step by step procedure to enable the tproxy in my system..

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If you just want to setup squid as transparent proxy, you can get away with the default DNAT and REDIRECT targets. No need for recompiling.

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