> Hi List!
> I'm actually working with
> squid-2.5.STABLE3 installed on a Slackware 7.2
> this box acts as a Gateway, Firewall and VPN(FreeSWAN)
> so I've set up my own private LAN and users=20
> It's all working fine now, Squid, Firewall, and so on,
> I just need that all users on the private LAN -MUST-
> go through the Squid-Firewall Box to surf the WEB..
> at the moment I've added the Transparent Proxy
> iptables rule on my Firewall settings, through which
> all traffic passing through port 80 is then redirected
> to my Squid-Firewall box, on port 3128.
> -- iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i eth1 -p tcp
> --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 3128 --
> But with this rule in, I get that all users, even if
> they don't set their Browsers to use a Proxy, can surf
> the WEB withouth being authenticated by Squid, but
> passing through the Proxy anyway (in fact I can see
> them on my Access.log file)
> what I wish to do is to set the Squid or Firewall
> settings to impose a Squid Authentication even if my
> users don't set their Browsers to use a Proxy, so=20
> USER1 Browser-configured --> Authentication =3D Allowed
> USER2 NoBrowser-configured --> Authentication or ERROR
> You are not allowed to ...

You can't at least in in the squid context :