Using Squid and Squid-Guard
Posted on 2004-08-09
I am preparing to upgrade our Linux firewall/cache.
I have decided to continue to use the most excellent Squid for caching.
I have also decided to try and use squidGuard as the standard redirector,
since it seems well supported.
Now for the problem. I have the need to modify the rules in squidGuard to act
differently when the requests are coming in from a different source
For example, if requests are coming from 3128 I want to
filter porn, adult, ads, and limit to approved sites only.
If requests are coming from 3129 I want to filter porn,
adult, ads, and allow everything else.
After hours of looking at config files, FAQ's, and docs, I give up. I
don't think it is possible. Ideally, I would want to run one squid
and two squidguards. The squid would call the appropriate squidauard
depending on the source request port.
Does anyone know if that is possible?