On Thu, Jun 01, 2000 at 12:47:44PM +0100, Colin Whittaker wrote:
> Stephen Shirley stated the following on Thu, Jun 01, 2000 at 12:29:25PM +0100 :
> > Mornin' all,
> > Right. We have a linux router whihc takes care of our internet
> > access. What we want to do is prevent people from accessing the web
> > directly, rather redirect all http/ftp packets to the squid proxy server,
> > which is another linux box. Is there anyway to do this? It looks like it
> > invloves sniffing the packets or something. Not essential, but would be
> > nice if it was possible.
>> Its doable.
> see http://www.sysadminmag.com/linux/articles/v08/i05/a1.shtml> --
I just had a brief look at this. It refers to ipfwadm which was in
use in the 2.0.x kernels. ipchains is the tool used for 2.2.x kernels
and iptables will be used for 2.4.x kernels.
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