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I've decided to get Squid going on my Core 6 box and I'm stumbling. I've followed a couple How-Tos and think I have my config going ok, but when I ...
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    Squid Issue


    I've decided to get Squid going on my Core 6 box and I'm stumbling. I've followed a couple How-Tos and think I have my config going ok, but when I point my browser (from a different WinXP box) to the IP of the Core 6 box, it just hangs and won't respond to the request. I've opened SELInux to allow Squid and I've allowed the IP range of my DHCP addresses like this:

    Code:
    acl homelan src 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.10
    http_access allow localhost
    http_access allow homelan
    I've tried both port 3128 and port 80, and made sure to note that in my browser but neither works.

    Any ideas?

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    1) Just to make sure your squid is running with $ps.
    2) $netstat to see your squid port is listening for incoming connection
    3)Telnet your squid server from any client just to confirm it ready to accept incoming connection
    4) Last but not least, is it your squid server is reachable to the network?

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