firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > I solve the problem! > > I enabled all the traffic for the firewall itself. > It is not to good idea i know because now the firewall is not firewall for himself just for the LAN. But it is working. > Or there would be another simple solution if i could disable the DNS caching in the squid. Do somebody know how to disable the SQUID's internal DNS? I'm not sure whether you can disable DNS caching in squid, but even if you can, it's probably not a good idea. If your concern is over allowing outgoing traffic from the firewall, i suggest splitting your proxy server off into a different box. -- Paul <http://paulgear.webhop.net> -- Did you know? OpenOffice.org has built-in PDF creation. Better yet, it's compatible with Microsoft Office, and free! Find out more at <http://www.openoffice.org>.
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