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How can i manage squid throgh Internet explorer?

aloknet21 asked
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Last Modified: 2013-12-16
How can i manage squid throgh Internet explorer? I have implemented squid proxy on my network through NCSA Auth. and running fine.
Now i want to manage squid like user creation and reports kind of thing from internet explorer so that all work can easly manage and monitor.
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i have downloaded this rpm and install this. tell me how to configure this in RHEL 5
If you are in a graphical environment, double click on the package. Otherwise type rpm -i packagename.
Then, configure your firewall to let connection on port 10000 and from web browser, connect to https://localhost:10000 and login using root. Done


thanks for convincing me about this tools.  Now i have configured this and working at server.

how can i access this from network so that server can be manage any where from lan.


When i access from lan getting some error like.

    * Access Denied.

      Access control configuration prevents your request from being allowed at this time. Please contact your service provider if you feel this is incorrect.
Squid is blocking you, configure it properly

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