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Squid is denying everything (on a fresh install)
It would seem as though Squid is denying everything, even when I specifically set it to allow local connectivity. To get it to work, my http_access looks like this:
# http_access allow manager localhost # http_access deny manager # http_access deny !Safe_ports # http_access deny CONNECT !SSL_ports # http_access deny to_localhost # acl our_networks src 192.168.0.0/24 # http_access allow our_networks http_access allow all
# http_access allow manager localhost # http_access deny manager # http_access deny !Safe_ports # http_access deny CONNECT !SSL_ports # http_access deny to_localhost acl our_networks src 192.168.0.0/24 http_access allow our_networks http_access deny all
What gives? This seems to defy logic!
06-03-2006 #2Originally Posted by sac_tagg
I am not currently using squid and just glanced at my old conf file. it looks like for every http_access there is an acl defining it. If that is true then your conf is just defining your network and not allowing or denying it, so then everything gets denied.
check this link
I only installed squid once and I don't have the config file here at the moment.
acl are read from top to bottom and squid stops reading them when one is a conclusive match.
Does it work if you specify just one source address,
acl home_nw 192.168.0.65
http_access allow home_nw
http_access deny all
Just want to see if taking it a step back makes it works. What do logs say?I am on a journey to mastering Linux and I got a bloody long way to go!!!