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Hello,

the reason whenever i used squid and a firewall for crashing squid were
in every case missing rules that allow the local IP- communication at
the host stack self. You have to add these rules (at very first in your
ruleset):

iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
iptables -A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT

Just try, Sandro Littke.

Am Di, den 20.01.2004 schrieb novelit um 09:31:
> Iptables is running without any problems because all important ports are
> open. If ruleset was too strict, it would have never worked in the first
> place.
>=20
> However, for i don't know what reason, and squid crashes. Any idea?
>=20
> Thanks
> nat




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