From: Declan Grady (Declan.Grady at domain nuvotem.com)
Date: Wed 25 Sep 2002 - 12:30:03 IST
I'd fully recommend squid as the proxy.
Even with my newbie hat still firmly in place, I managed to get a box setup and running with redhat 7.0 and squid, together with some ipchains firewalling rules, and local caching dns, which auto-dials my isp when necessary.
Good luck with it.
On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 11:46:02AM +0100, Hugh Mc Gauran mentioned:
> I have been asked to implement an http/https/ftp proxy in work.
> As well as that I've been given the go-ahead to research/implement a Linux
> solution. I am looking at debian/redhat possibly with squid as the proxy.
> Can anyone point me in the direction of a good resource that goes through
> setting up/hardening such a box.
> It is early days yet and I have not done a lot of research yet.
> Any help/pointers greatly appreciated.
> Hugh Mc Gauran
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