RESOLVED: Re: Squid has gone kaput
This is just a bump because I forgot to put "RESOLVED" in the subject.
Sorry to waste the space.
Mark Adams wrote:[color=blue]
> foo wrote:[color=green]
>> Mark Adams wrote:[color=darkred]
>>> foo wrote:
>>>> Mark Adams wrote:
>>> Before we get started, I tinkered with the config enough to get the
>>> proxy to work from the server -- I can configure Firefox to use the
>>> proxy and browse as expected. Here are the lines I inserted/altered
>>> to get it to work:
>>> http_access allow manager localhost
>>> http_access allow Safe_ports
>>> ######http_access deny manager <<<<<<< commented out
>>> # Deny requests to unknown ports
>>> ######http_access deny !Safe_ports
>>> http_access allow !Safe_ports <<<<<<<<< Changed it to allow
>>> # Deny CONNECT to other than SSL ports
>>> ######http_access deny CONNECT !SSL_ports
>>> http_access allow CONNECT !SSL_ports <<<<<<<<< Changed it to allow
>>> http_access allow mynetwork
>>> Still can't browse through the proxy from the client.
>> One more thing, try "always_direct allow all".
>> I forgot about that one.[/color]
> Okay, hold the phone:
> In an effort to do SOMETHING on my end, I exported the proxy into my
> environment (export http_proxy="http://192.168.1.105:8080") on the
> client and fired up Lynx just to see what would happen.
> Guess what -- Lynx had no problem browsing the Internet.
> Given this, I suspected Firefox as the culprit. I fired up Mozilla
> Seamonkey and configured the proxy connection in it. Surely the fact
> that these are both built around the Gecko engine (at least I think they
> still are) will tell the tale. It worked just fine. Grrr.
> Same thing with Konqueror. Grrr, grrr.
> Back to Firefox. I disabled Foxyproxy -- and lo, the angels did smile
> and it worketh like the most slippery of owl mucous.
> So what we appear to have here is a bug in a Firefox add-on. I'm
> tempted to complain somewhere, but I'm too tired. I've fought this thing
> all day and I'm just done.
> Foo, thanks for holding my hand through this. I appreciate your
> patience. The suggestions you made were good ones. It's been more than a
> year since I set Squid/squidGuard up and I learned a little by
> revisiting them today. Bottom line: Squid is caching and squidGuard is
> redirect... er rewriting urls.
> Have a good one, and thanks again.
Mark E. Adams, 2004 -- drop the "dot" to email me.
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