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Squid with WCCP

By a.aomar ·
Dear Masters,
First of all i would like to thank you for your support either by giving an answer or even reading my question . well lets go directly to the point i am trying to configure a web cache server Squid useing Fedora Linux and i choesed to work it out with a WCCP because i will be useing a Cisco Router 1700 that support WCCP my question is where exactuly to put the squid to complete my configuration ..( i mean the requested address from the client should be going first to the Squid and if its not cached it goes to the cisco as the internet gateway or should it go first to the cisco and it directs it to the Squid cache and if its not cached it goes back to the cisco to get it from the internet????

i know that i am not talanted in writing question ..but your answer will be highly appreciated if its ASAP:)

Best regards,

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by Net Designer In reply to Squid with WCCP

You set up your clients (IE, Netscape, etc.) to use proxy server and configure browsers with Squid's IP address. Internet traffic goes to Squid first, then to the router/gateway.

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by a.aomar In reply to

Dear Net Designer

Thanks for your response but i actuly in need to have the proxy server working in the Transperant mood not in the Additional mood. so if you can help with that it will be nice .
Best regards

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Squid and Wccp

by majedalanni In reply to

Dear


Its simple way

in squid.conf choose wccp2 router connect with same client router interface and make a GRE tunnel in squid server with IP of cisco outbound traffic to INTERNET

ip tunnel add wccp0 mode gre remote (IP_of cisco interface to internet local your squid ip address
ifconfig wccp0 inet 1.2.3.4 netmask 255.255.255.0 up

and make DNAT for your Squid

in cisco router

conf t
ip wccp web

in internet interface

ip wccp web red in

thats is

make your client gw the Cisco router

regards

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