Re: bind squid to interface
On Wednesday 26 March 2003 15:16, Michael West wrote:
how about :
in the squid config and run squid as daemon ?
> I would like to bind squid to a specific interface.
> I thought the easy way to do this would be with xinetd, but I get:
> Mar 26 06:05:09 localhost squid: Cannot open HTTP Port
> Mar 26 06:05:49 localhost last message repeated 10 times
> When I try to use it. Normally this would mean there is a squid process
> already running, but there is no other squid process.
> service squid
> disable = no
> socket_type = stream
> wait = no
> user = root
> bind = 192.0.0.1
> server = /usr/sbin/squid
> server_args = -N -D -YC -u0
> What am I doing wrong with xinetd? What other ways are there to make
> squid bind to an interface?
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