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Hello all! I have a transparent proxy running on my network on RHEL5. I need to set up a default web page for the information of the users. Is it ...
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    setting a default web page using squid


    Hello all!
    I have a transparent proxy running on my network on RHEL5.
    I need to set up a default web page for the information of the users. Is it possible to set up a web page which the users will open once every time by default whenever they open their browser regardless of their default home page.
    Thanks

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    setting a default web page using squid

    Quote Originally Posted by amitkush View Post
    Hello all!
    I have a transparent proxy running on my network on RHEL5.
    I need to set up a default web page for the information of the users. Is it possible to set up a web page which the users will open once every time by default whenever they open their browser regardless of their default home page.
    Thanks
    You have to create a profile with all of the usernames/IP's that you want to be redirected.

    Then in the URL redirect section 'create a rule to redirect the created profile to the desired URL.

    Cheers!

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    Thanks for ur time.
    I want to redirect everyone on my network who tries to access through proxy. in that case will setting the URL redirect only do? I have acl group where I define the IPs allowed for access. Will that work?

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