Difference: OldInstallSquid (59 vs. 60)

Revision 602016-12-14 - DaveDykstra

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Installing a Frontier squid cache server

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    export SQUID_MULTI_PEERING=false
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They still all share the same basic configuration, however they can be used independently by accessing http_port-1, http_port-2, etc. For example if the default http_port is not changed, they all listen on port 3128, but then they each individually listen on port 3127, 3126, etc., so traffic flows can be separated by directly using those ports. A common trick is to set the http_port to 3129, and then not don't advertise that port (and perhaps block it in iptables), so one of the squids can be accessed on the usual port 3128.
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They still all share the same basic configuration, however they can be used independently by accessing http_port-1, http_port-2, etc. For example if the default http_port is not changed, they all listen on port 3128, but then they each individually listen on port 3127, 3126, etc., so traffic flows can be separated by directly using those ports. A common trick is to set the http_port to 3129, and then don't advertise that port (and perhaps block it in iptables), so one of the squids can be accessed on the usual port 3128.
  Note that there is currently no mechanism to have a different administrator-controlled configuration for each of the independent squids.
 
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