=20
>=20
> Hello,
> I really don=B4t know what is happening. I always used squid=20
> in a single box, with just one ethernet. But now I have a=20
> Linux box, with 2 cards as a gateway.
> One card has the net address 10.1.0.0 and another has 192.168.0.0...
> When a user (on 10.1 network) tries to connect he gets a=20
> FORWARDING DENIED page.
> I already configured always_direct, and took a look on each=20
> directive. Does have some special configuration to inform=20
> squid to send the reques ? In access.log his request is=20
> logges as TCP_MISS, not TCP_DENIED, and no error on cache.log...
> Thanks...
>=20


Use 'tcp_outgoing_address' to make SQUID select the correctt
interface.
'always_direct' should be irrelevant; relates to the use of parents.

M.