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Squid and firewall

I'm running the fwtk www proxy (http-gw) on our firewall to be able to deny
most java/javascript/activeX/... applets. On the other hand I'd love to use
squid as a cache to reduce bandwidth. Is there any way to use both at the
same time? I have set up my browser to only talk to the proxy (the direct
connection is refused by the firewall) and I can use both programs as proxy,
but not at the same time. That is I just don't seem to have the correct idea
of how to set it up.

Thanks for any bit of help

Michael Meskes, Projekt-Manager      | meskes@topsystem.de, meskes@debian.org
topsystem Systemhaus GmbH            | Phone: (+49) 2405/4670-44
Europark A2, Adenauerstr. 20         | Fax:   (+49) 2405/4670-10
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