ntlm_auth | Dansguardian | Squid
I can't seem to get my head around around the following;
Setting up (finalizing the process now) a Squid proxy for use with our new leased line, however before all that, need to ensure its all working correctly, and the process cannot be bypassed.
squid.conf (http_port 3128 (will be changed to 127.0.0.1:3128) when DG is working correctly)
dansguardian.conf (filterip = blank, filterport = 8080, proxyip = 127.0.0.1, proxyport = 3128 (filterip is the machines IP address, which I'll change to 192.168.0.50 at some stage))
Point Internet Explorer to 192.168.0.50:3128 and straight onto the internet (Single-Sign-On style with ntlm_auth)
Point Internet Explorer to 192.168.0.50:8080 and stalled with a prompt (Please enter username and password) once network credentials are entered I then roam the internet with DG filtering whatever I tell it too.
What step am I missing, that routing from DG > SQUID > Internet completly ignores my single sign on>
Is there another way? Can the incoming connection be on 3128? SQUID > DG > Internet (Does this require redirect of 3128 to 8080? which in turn bypasses authentication?)