Internet Related/Filtering/Firewall Thread, Squid Assistance in Technical; We have Squid3 installed on a Ubuntu box here, acting as a whitelist filter. It's been working fine for some ...
16th June 2010, 01:34 PM #1
We have Squid3 installed on a Ubuntu box here, acting as a whitelist filter. It's been working fine for some time now but we have recently been given a trial of some new software.
The software installation instructions state that 'x' sites must be unblocked, of which a few are HTTPS. So I add them to the allow filter, and can access the sites from within IE, but when I open the software it can't access the servers.
Anybody know how to configure squid to allow this? There was some other software that had the same problem not so long back but they had HTTP access as well as a work around, whereas this software does not so that is not an option.
It's definately a problem with Squid because non-squid users can load the software just fine.
In contact with software support too, but does anyone here have any ideas?
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16th June 2010, 01:45 PM #2
In fact Squid isn't the problem - this is the problem (I think):
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