Monitoring Squid Proxy Traffic


installed and configured squid proxy with Cache Manager.
i can able to access cache manager web interface (login page ). but, when i enter credentials i am getting " Permission denied error "

any ideas how to resolve this.

Raficachmgr error
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IMGIDCConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Thanks Guys. none of the solutions are working.

so ,i moved some other log analyzing tool.

You should be using the userid root and the password you have configured for cachemgr_passwd in squid.conf.

Is that what you are doing?
You should not be specifying a port in the cachmgr login.

i.e. might not be a "valid" host for cachemgr auth.  Try in the login to cachemgr cgi-bin to reference the systems LAN IP.

It can also vary and use the server's name.
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IMGIDCAuthor Commented:
none of them are working for me guys. let me give some more information.

attached cachemgr.conf file created in /etc/httpd/conf.d directory and squid.conf file with cache manager rules.

- when i try to use configuration from link, i received below error message.

[root@proxy etc]# /opt/squid/3.4.3/sbin/squid -k shutdown
2014/03/10 10:14:08| aclParseAclLine: ACL 'manager' already exists with differen                                                                                                                                                             t type.
FATAL: Bungled /opt/squid/3.4.3/etc/squid.conf line 14: acl manager proto cache_                                                                                                                                                             object
Squid Cache (Version 3.4.3): Terminated abnormally.
CPU Usage: 0.020 seconds = 0.010 user + 0.010 sys
Maximum Resident Size: 18064 KB

NOTE: i also tried to access using it's ip address !!!
The error you get when you follow the referenced link is likely because you duplicate entries.

Your issue with access deals with your definition of the webserver ACL which is in conflict.
Your rule is to allow all. You then within the cachemgr interface going to localhost, but the rule requires the source IP accessing cachemgr to be the webserver.

Either remove the webserver from the manager  entry
Http_access allow localhost manager webserver
Or change the ACL webserver src
To include your LAN, or you ..........
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