Hello guys, this is post is about an squid working example. The version of the squid that I am running is
2.7 stable. you can check it out running:
root@khs01sw10:~# squid -v
Squid Cache: Version 2.7.STABLE9
configure options: (...)
Squid 3 error page
Note: Uprated on november 25, 2015
This post is part of a bigger Debian material that you can access here. If you need to know first the basics about squid configuration, you can check out here.
Now, the network that I have configured the proxy for. Is a 300 PC network with the following range 10.175.0.0/23 (net mask 255.255.254.0). The IP address of the proxy is 10.175.0.1. My proxy uses a few father proxies. Continue reading
Squid3 proxy server is the subject of this post, along this writing I am going to show you how to install and configure this proxy server. For more information you can visit this URL; the official website of the project. My system is a Debian jessie 8.
This post is part of a bigger Linux and Debian basic administration material that you can access here. I have also described a squid 2.7 working configuration here. Squid 2.7 is a bit different from squid3 but they are configured basically the same way except for a few new directives and some other changes and deprecations. Let’s play then.
Virtualbox is today’s posts subject . We will talk about virtualization and how to virtualize a box using Virtualbox. To start we need to know what is virtualization and its advantages.
Virtualization, in computing, refers to the act of creating a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, including but not limited to a virtual computer hardware platform, operating system (OS), storage device, or computer network resources.
Taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtualization on 2014-04-22.
This post is part of a bigger Debian material that you can access here. Continue reading