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installed squid + dansguardian to block adult content on my linux (ubuntu 12.10) . everything worked fine. it has blocked as expected . now the problem is i am also running an apache server for my LAN . ( kind of website ) but when accessing it via , it says squid has blocked the connection , this is the exact error

The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http: //

Connection to failed.

The system returned: (113) No route to host

The remote host or network may be down. Please try the request again.

Your cache administrator is webmaster.

before configuring the squid it was working fine . what changes in the squid.conf i have to make . i tried

   acl Safe_ports 80

   allow_all Safe_ports

( i want to know how i can configure it again to listen HTTP request from LAN )

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"No route to host" suggests that something else happened while you were configuring Squid. If you log into the machine running Squid (presumably, can you ping from there?

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