This is a discussion on Re: [squid-users] Tag: deny_info question - squid ; On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, OTR Comm wrote: > I only allow one of my authenticated users to access sites not stored in > the cache with 'miss_access allow'. When other users try to access a > site not in ...
On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, OTR Comm wrote:
> I only allow one of my authenticated users to access sites not stored in
> the cache with 'miss_access allow'. When other users try to access a
> site not in the cache, they receive the Forwarding Denied error page.
> If I want to redirect the Forwarding Denied error to a cgi handler and
> capture the url that was denied, I would use the dent_info tag, correct?
> The syntax calls for something like this I believe:
> deny_info http://www.foo.com/cgi-bin/wd_handler.cgi?url=%U acl
> where %U is the url. The ERR_FORWARDING_DENIED file uses %U, but
> squid.conf mentions %s. Or do I just read it from the stream fed to my
> wd_handler.cgi script and shift it into an array?
Looks fine. Except for the small detail where deny_info may be used in
2.5.STABLE4 and earlier:
> Also, would the acl here be all of my autheticated users except the one?
You can always negate acls with ! if this makes your life easier.
deny_info looks for the last ACL on the access line where the request was
denied. Any ! should not be specified to deny_info.
> would I use this acl for the deny_info tag?
Depends on what the access line which denies access looks like.