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In the intervening 3.5 years since this question was asked, I presume you found an answer. But if you didn't, this is what I do on my iPad and iPhone (screenshots from my iPhone since it's what I had handy as I sat in the airport). Go to Settings, Wi-Fi Then tap the (i) button on the appropriate SSID Scroll down and turn on Manual under HTTP PROXY, ...


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but all the ones I found describe the creation of a certificate pair to decrypt/re-encrypt the traffic - something I do not want to do. What you are asking for simply isn't possible because of how the https protocol works. Your options are: Permit outgoing https through your firewall, and don't attempt to use any proxies Configure clients to use your ...


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In a search to find more "best practice" information, Nasoo was dead on with how to calculate the number of open files you should configure. I found there are intricacies with how browsers handle downloading files in parallel, so 3000 clients actually talk on about 25-30 sockets each to download the full webpage and dynamic content. Some of this is dependent ...


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In the worst case scenario each request to squid server requires three file descriptors; A descriptor for the client-side connection Another for the server-side connection in case it is not cached. Third one for the file to read hit or cache the miss. Then there are overheads including log files, any inter-process communication, e.g., helpers and idling ...


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There is a list of squid analyzers but unfortunately some of them seem to be out of date. http://www.squid-cache.org/Misc/log-analysis.html In the past I used LightSquid but it requires Apache. I tested with Calamaris and found that this old perl script worked perfect. mkdir logfile cd logfile/ wget http://cord.de/files/calamaris/calamaris-2.59.tar.gz ...


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I know it is a old question but i had the same problem and solved using this in squid.conf dns_v4_first on Regards



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