SQUID and traffic Quota

Posted on 2007-10-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I have Redhat Enterprise edition 4 , i am using it as proxy server with squid 2.5 , i am using ntlm authentication with windows 2000 active directory ,, all things ok now and there is no problem ,, but i want to set daily traffic quota for all users ,, and any one who exceed this amount of traffic  will be blocked ,, please help me i am very tired googling to find solution for this .. i wait your kind reply .
Question by:ahfaris
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    Hi there are Add-ons for quid to do that. Here here one  of them which is among  the best ones. This one is especially handy since you can specify daily, weekly, monthly quota. Helps detect spyware trojan etc.  


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    Thanks Alot KeremE ,, this is what i want perfectly .. i installed it and every thing ok now .

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