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comment Server Hosting from your House - $200 to $300 per month range
Funny thing is I have thought about living in the back of an office or in a upstairs apt above an office if I ever needed a "store front" +1
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asked Squid Proxy - https working but http sites not working
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comment Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
@gdurham or others, how could I undo this command if it doesn't work or I need to change the config at a later date?
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comment Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
It is for a customer that needs to hit our service on port 80. They get charged for traffic on port 80 but not other ports. I'm just trying to pass http traffic through a machine ("proxy") to our server on the other side and back. So given this would iptables work? Our server in the middle would be hosted on EC2.
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comment Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
How does iptables help me forward traffic from browsers hitting this machine? iptables is only for outbound traffic from this box correct? It wouldn't provide me with the proxy functionality correct?
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comment Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
How do I try this out. And then undo this if it doesn't work? Thanks.
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revised Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
corrected question
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asked Squid Proxy - Forward Port 21000 to 80
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comment Squid Proxy - Doing the exact opposite of what I want - reverse Allow/Deny
If you allow port 443 does Squid know that this means https? or do you have to add another line to say that it is SSL traffic? +1
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comment Squid Proxy - Doing the exact opposite of what I want - reverse Allow/Deny
also must be missing something else too - even with the fix I can get to other sites other than *.somecompany.com and *.anothercompany.com
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comment Squid Proxy - Doing the exact opposite of what I want - reverse Allow/Deny
ok will do. It was to access those same 2 DNS name patterns over SSL on 443. But still only connect to the proxy via 80.
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comment Squid Proxy - Doing the exact opposite of what I want - reverse Allow/Deny
Awesome. Thanks. Any thoughts on getting standard SSL to work? I want SSL to also work over 443.
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accepted Squid Proxy - Doing the exact opposite of what I want - reverse Allow/Deny