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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 the 
>students are going, can't have them going to sighs which arn't kosher, if 
>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).  or 
>is there an easier way.

It can be done.  I am pretty sure that the local University does this with
(I think) a hacked cern httpd.

I believe that either Squid or Apache will support this as well... I've
been meaning to investigate it but haven't yet had a chance.


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