On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 08:55:20AM +0000 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Stephen McGuinness thought:
>> Correct, smoothwall will redirect all the HTTP traffic to the internal
> server, which will then try to access the interweb via the same route.
> Can you set your internal proxy to use an upstream proxy at your ISP,
> avoiding the port 80 (and/or 443?) on the smoothwall box?
I could do that I suppose but I wanted to avoid using somebody else's
proxy too what with wanting to be fully in control of my internet
On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 09:12:24AM +0000 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Niall O Broin thought:
>>> As you guessed, you do effectively have a loop there. One solution
> might be to install Dan's Guardian on the Smoothwall box, which has
> squid anyway. However, you might be of the view, as am I, that you want
> to treat the Smmothwall as an appliance, and hence don't want to
> install any other software on it.
Which is my take on the matter too.
Any way to have smoothie block outbound 80 and 443 from internal IPs? Can
I use the redirection rules normally used for the RED/ORANGE interfaces?
Have to try that later...
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
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