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Linux and open source solutions architect.

I'm Linux engineer with more than 10 years of experience. I work in infrastructure deployment, automation, scripting and system level programming. Have experience in critical environments with high availability and load balance. I love challenges, new tools, facing problem that everybody else considers impossible.


Apr
15
comment HTTPS on Squid http proxy server
He doesn't need a transparent proxy.
Apr
9
answered nginx reverse proxy or squid forward proxy (transparent)?
Dec
30
revised iptables error: unknown option --dport
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Dec
30
comment iptables error: unknown option --dport
You are right, for that detail :)
Dec
24
comment squid doesn't cache anything at all
Something isn't work there. If you have a almost default configuration, access.log should log all the traffic. If traffic log doesn't move, there is no traffic. Your users are bypassing the proxy.
Dec
22
answered iptables error: unknown option --dport
Dec
22
comment squid doesn't cache anything at all
There is the answer, your users aren't using the proxy. :)
Dec
22
comment squid doesn't cache anything at all
I'd confirm that the users are using the proxy. tail -f access.log to see the activity.
Nov
26
comment Squid proxy: authorize some site without authentication
That's because there are other domains involved. Have a look at your access.log and you'll see requests for others domains when you access to Google.
Oct
25
comment Measuring cumulative network statistics per user or per process
Have a look at nethogs.sourceforge.net, I think it does what you want.
Oct
25
comment How can I measure the cumulative network usage of a process, from execution beginning to end
Have a look at nethogs.sourceforge.net, I think it does what you want.
Oct
25
comment Squid not block HTTPS
Do you have examples of domains listed in the denied domain file?
Oct
24
awarded  Yearling
Aug
14
comment How do I use iptables to reject all traffic to localhost port 80 but allow the one that comes from local machine?
Depends on your rule set. That command inserts the rule in the first place, but if you have the rules in a file, you should know where is the best place for it. And you must use -A there.
Jun
1
answered Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
Mar
13
answered Name resolution behind a proxy
Mar
13
comment Name resolution behind a proxy
When there is a proxy enabled, DNS resolution is done in the proxy not in the local machine.
Mar
13
comment Changing Linux Layer2 forwarding decision?
Have a look to openvswitch.org, it's an advanced bridge for Linux. I'm not sure if you can do that with it, but it worth a try.
Mar
13
answered How do I drop “empty” HTTP packets using iptables?
Mar
13
comment tproxy squid bridge very slow when cache is full
how many users do you have?