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looking for proxy server (again)

Posted on 2004-09-08
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I'm looking for a proxy server (yes - again) - though this time I need one for redhat / fedora not windows as I needed last time.

I'd like a free solution, if possible with a web interface so I can set the options I need.
the only other features i need is the possibility to limit the server so it only accepts connections FROM my ip (its static)

thanks in advance. should be an easy one :)
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Use SQUID Proxy server, it works on redhat..

http://www.siliconvalleyccie.com/linux-adv/squid.htm#_Toc56623491
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