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How to  configure a Transparent Proxy/Webcache in a Bridge using Squid and ebtables

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A transparent proxy/webcache server is already confiigured using squid.


I have the task to install ebtable to reconfigure that transparent proxy webcache in a bridge.

i never used ebtable, how do i do that?
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the command brctl doesn' work on my redhat 5, so i am not able to create the bridge, what can i do???
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i have installed the package to use bcrtl command, i will update...
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after many test, my laptop is only able to access skype when iconnect it to the server. i am not able to see http page with that proxy server
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