I'm hoping somebody can help me with this.
We currently have a production squid proxy configured on an old Ubuntu server.
I'm replacing this with an up to date squid release on a CentOS 6.0 server.
I've built a minimal CentOS 6.0 and installed squid from source and also successfully migrated our current squid configuration over to this new box.
Now I want to take this a bit further. I want to authenticate users against the squid server so that I can get some user level reports from the squid logs using SARG or an equivalent.
I want this to be seamless for the end user though so I need to authenticate using LDAP against our Active Directory tree. I don't want the user to be given any prompt when they open a browser.
Has anybody done something similar before?
Do I need to configure LDAP access on the CentOS server or can I simply configure squid to query the LDAP tree for the user details?
If anybody can explain the procedure I'd be greatful.