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Fwd: Re: Squid proxy thoughts


My bad.

Scrap my last update on this one. Misobservation from me.
Coming back with more later

Helge Tore Høyland

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Emne: Re: Squid proxy thoughts
Dato: Mon, 18 May 2015 13:52:56 +0200
Frå: Helge Tore Høyland <helge.tore.hoyland@gmail.com>
Til: debian-edu@lists.debian.org

Hi again.

An update to this case. After coming back to this case after the 
weekend, i found it working. Strangly enough.
I found a bit conflicting results on this.
I have 2 test setups that im working on. One on a vmware esxi setup at 
work and one on physical machines at home.
At home i found on saturday that i had to set /etc/enviroment manually 
to make it work.
At work i only changed the wpad.dat file to what Petter Reinholdtsen 
sugested, "Direct";
The latter didnt work when i made the change and not after a restart of 
tjener either, but it did work after the weekend. I am confused. Anyhow, 
i found the solution i needed. I am now able to stear all clients to my 
gateways proxy and use the tools there for filtering.

Thx a lot for the help.

Helge Tore Høyland

Den 15.05.2015 17:43, Wolfgang Schweer skreiv:
> On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 01:53:23PM +0200, Helge Tore Høyland wrote:
>> It dit not work with chromium either. I checked both of the them for
>> the setting they have, and it says "Use Systems settings" for firefox
>> and "http://wpad/wpad.dat" for chromium. Konqueror on the other hand
>> picked up the change and uses my gateways proxy. But gateway shows
>> both tjener.interns ip and clients ip when i use that.
> IMO this might be needed, too:
> check /etc/environment on the client systems (disable proxy).
> check /usr/share/debian-edu/networked-kde3/share/config/kioslaverc if
> using KDE (disable proxy). [kde3 is there due to historical reasons.]
> Both might be those "System settings" for various clients.
> Wolfgang

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