Proxy Server with FreeBSD and Squid (Part 2)

Previously, I discussed how to configure a Squid proxy.  The proxy is opaque that the web browsers have to be configured.  I continue to explain how a proxy can be made transparent; when web browsers go to the Internet, the requests gets intercepted and be processed by the proxy.  Like before, I use PF firewall … Continue reading Proxy Server with FreeBSD and Squid (Part 2)

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Proxy Server with FreeBSD and Squid (Part 1)

When one has multiple machines within a cloud network, it is natural to ask for centralised network traffic, data files, credential service, etc.  In this article, I focus on centralising network traffic, in particular, the world wide web. With the world wide web traffic centralised, the proxy server can accelerate the download processes of some … Continue reading Proxy Server with FreeBSD and Squid (Part 1)