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Port forwarding in windows 2003, Squid Filter

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Hello Experts,

I have been running a VPN business. Have many servers that are far from me.Plus I dont have access to routers. Now due to increasing misuse, we thought to implement some sort of checks/logs. ISA could not work because we dont have 2 NICs. So we go for Squid.

Now I have installed Squid, and its monitors port 8080 for logging. I need to log the HTTP traffic that is on port 80 . How could I redirect all traffic on port 80 to port 8080.

Is there any tweaking needed with Routing or Remote Access or else??
Please help me!
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