How to Setup Squid Proxy in Ubuntu Server 14.04

Squid is a proxy server that provide cache services to the clients. It redirects client requests from web browsers to the proxy server and delivers the client’s requests and keeps a copy of them in the proxy hard disk cache. This will speeding up internet access especially for frequently-used files and reduces internet bandwidth. Squid […]

How to Setup Squid Proxy Service on CentOS 5.9

This post focus on the steps to setup a Squid Proxy Server on CentOS5.9. It’s involve basic installation and configuration of the Squid and deploy web filtering application to save bandwidth, speeding up web access. It’s uses to speeding up a web server by caching repeated requests, to caching web, name server query and other […]

How to Setup Squid Proxy Server on Linux CentOS 6.3

This post describes the steps to setup a Squid 3 Proxy Server on CentOS6.3. Squid service plays two main roles which mainly act as a caching proxy server between the user and the web. Second role, squid also regularly used as a content accelerator, or reverse proxy, intercepting requests to a server and using a […]

How to Remove Squid on CentOS 6.3

Squid service plays two main roles which mainly act as a caching proxy server between the user and the web. Second role, squid also regularly used as a content accelerator, or reverse proxy, intercepting requests to a server and using a cached version of the page to serve the request. To remove squid service, execute […]

How to Install Squid on CentOS 6.3

This post cover the simple steps to install Squid on CentOS 6.3. Squid service plays two main roles which mainly act as a caching proxy server between the user and the web. Second role, squid also regularly used as a content accelerator, or reverse proxy, intercepting requests to a server and using a cached version […]

How to Install and Configure Squid Proxy Server on Fedora 16

Squid service plays two main roles which mainly act as a caching proxy server between the user and the web. Second role, squid also regularly used as a content accelerator, or reverse proxy, intercepting requests to a server and using a cached version of the page to serve the request. Follow the following steps to […]

How to Configure Squid Proxy for LDAP Authentication on CentOS 6.2 using squid_ldap_auth

In this post i will show on how to configure squid proxy server to go through 389 LDAP authentication on linux CentOS 6.2 server. This authentication is using squid_ldap_auth module in that come with squid proxy. Assumed that you have 389 Ldap Directory server and Squid proxy configured. Squid service plays two main roles which […]

How to Restrict the Access to Specific Web sites Using Squid Proxy Server on CentOS 6.2

This howto covers the steps necessary to restrict the access to specific web sites using Squid Proxy cache server for CentOS 6.2. Before beginning this steps, please make sure you have properly configured the squid proxy server. If not, please follow this article to install squid proxy server on CentOS 6.2 (How to Install and […]

How to Restrict Web Access By Time Using Squid Proxy Server on CentOS 6.2

This howto covers the steps necessary to control internet access by time using Squid Proxy cache server for CentOS 6.2. Before beginning this steps, please make sure you have properly configured the squid proxy server. If not, please follow this article to install squid proxy server on CentOS 6.2 (How to Install and Configure Squid […]

How to Install and Configure Squid Proxy Server on CentOS 6.2

This howto will show you the steps to install and configure a Squid 3 Proxy Server on CentOS6.2. Squid service plays two main roles which mainly act as a caching proxy server between the user and the web. Second role, squid also regularly used as a content accelerator, or reverse proxy, intercepting requests to a […]

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