Squid is the most widely used proxy server in the world and it can be used
as you wish, its all up to you how you treat the squid.
Please feel free to contact me any time regarding squid deployment issues...
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Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 18:44:25 +0100
From: Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>
Subject: [ILUG] web proxy servers
To: iLug Users Group <ilug at linux.ie>
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What are people using as web proxy servers? I've used pound in the
past, but have been hearing good reports of haproxy. My particular
purpose is to proxy requests from the world to a cluster of web
servers, as against using a proxy like squid for a number of clients
(I gather squid can also do what I want though I've never used it in
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