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I read that squid was one of the easier proxy to configure but I have some issues.

The server is on aws ec2

I followed this tutorial https://www.tecmint.com/install-squid-in-ubuntu/

Changing http_port 3128 to http_port 3128 transparent

And

http_access deny all to http_access allow all

But I have

ERROR: NF getsockopt(ORIGINAL_DST) failed on local=xx.xx.xx.xx:3128 remote=xx.xx.xx.xx:62780 FD 10 flags=33: (92) Protocol not available
ERROR: NAT/TPROXY lookup failed to locate original IPs on local=xx.xx.xx.xx:3128 remote=xx.xx.xx.xx:62780 FD 10 flags=33

I also tried to add

acl localnet src XX.XX.XX.XX

where XX.XX.XX.XX is my ip

Or also

acl localnet src all

But I always have the same issue

I just want to sent request to an api having a static ip, do not konw if setting up squid is a good solution.

I already tried with nginx, it was working good but I made some update to my code and not working now

I am open to all solutions :)

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Squid is enough complex to configure.

My recommendation is to use Netgate PfSense if it's getting provided by Amazon ec2. By having the Pfsense installed, you will be provided with a nice & simple web interface to manage and install/configure your squid proxy. for your type of required service, the web GUI is more than enough, but if need more customizains, you have a full SSH access to the OS itself to configure the Squid server configuration directly.

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