Re: Using debian as a proxy/masq. server.
> > I am currently using a debian system to masquerade all the traffic from
> > my high school's win95 lan to the internet. This is ok for a temporary
> > manner, but my school wants me to implement a way to track where all
> > students are going, can't have them going to sighs which arn't kosher,
> > you know what I mean. Well, is there a way to do this, in that they
> > authenicate themselves to the debian box, with a username and password,
> > and the proxy server will record wherever they go (until the logout).
> > is there an easier way.
> For FTP and Telnet the TIS Firewall Toolkit package will do what you
> As for web browsing, I have never seen a solution that provided foolproof
I run Apache on my firewall, with WWW proxy enabled. It does log
everything, and shows what IP address its coming from on the LAN,
and what URL was requested.
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