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Nov
2
asked Starting a service only after another one is completely started (on CentOS)
Oct
2
awarded  Teacher
Sep
3
comment Related to dansguardian and squid
@TomNewton See the update on image. Hope to be clear.
Sep
3
revised Related to dansguardian and squid
edited body
Sep
3
comment Related to dansguardian and squid
@TomNewton No. Here is the idea: server 1 external IP: A.A.A.66, router 2 external IP: A.A.A.55, both with the same netmask and gateway. LAN server 1: b.b.b.0, LAN network 2: c.c.c.0
Sep
3
comment Related to dansguardian and squid
@TomNewton yes.
Sep
3
comment Related to dansguardian and squid
@TomNewton I made a trial.
Sep
3
revised Related to dansguardian and squid
added 137 characters in body
Sep
3
asked Related to dansguardian and squid
Sep
3
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
27
comment Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
@drcelus I resolved it. There was a rule in my firewall in additon to Chilli's rules. I only removed it and now everithing works great!
Aug
27
accepted Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
Aug
24
comment Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
@drcelus You're right, but if you consider that I set ChilliSpot to proxy all traffic to dansguardian (from chilli.conf), then I consider that direct connections to internet are not allowed. I think that I have a hole in my judgment, but where is it?
Aug
24
comment Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
@Lock see my edit
Aug
24
revised Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
added 387 characters in body; edited tags
Aug
24
asked Do not allow internet connection for users that have set a proxy in their browser
Jul
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
28
awarded  Peer Pressure
Jun
19
revised Restrict FreeRADIUS clients to access service from different LANs with same user and password
corrected some errors in post
Jun
19
comment Restrict FreeRADIUS clients to access service from different LANs with same user and password
Thanks! the tip was '==', taking in account that instead of it I put ':='.