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    Squid: how to make it work together with another proxy?


    This is my problem: I've got very slow internet connection. I've installed squid to my local machine to speed it up. But now I need to enable remote proxy. Well, I can disable my local squid but it is too slow . How to make two proxies work together in a link and? Would it work if I set up my squid to work transparently and enter another proxy to the browser settings? How to do it?
    2b|!2b, that is the question

    If substraction add to multiplication you will get a division.

    GDB has a 'break' feature. Why doesn't it have a 'fix' too?

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    I too have the same problem

    Me too have the same problem, If any one has a solution please help us both.

    Pythagoras , if you have come to any solution, please post it here, I seriously need it.
    Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roopesh
    Pythagoras , if you have come to any solution, please post it here, I seriously need it.
    Thank You.
    No, I have come to a new internet provider
    I have found out that I have to recompile squid with firewall support to enable transparent mode. But I haven't tried it.
    You may also try to use links like this: http://[another_proxy_ip]?www.google.com . But I'm not sure whether it works.
    That's all I know.
    Try to recompile squid.
    2b|!2b, that is the question

    If substraction add to multiplication you will get a division.

    GDB has a 'break' feature. Why doesn't it have a 'fix' too?

    Registered Linux User #437662

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