[sf-lug] Fwd: A question about squid problem

jim stockford jim at well.com
Sat Mar 4 09:10:05 PST 2006

this human being deserves help, seems to me.

The problem is network access through a firewall
after replacing the Windows firewall host with a
Linux host.

Can anyone help?

the  tr  domain is turkey.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: İnanç Çığşar <icigsar at tusside.gov.tr>
> Date: March 4, 2006 1:35:49 AM PST
> To: jim at well.com
> Subject: A question about squid problem
> Hi ,
>  I found your e-mail address while I was searching for help through 
> the net. I will try to explain about my network structure and my 
> problem.
>  We were using a Windows server as a firewall and gateway and a Red 
> Hat as a proxy server. When we had a problem with the firewall we 
> replaced it with a Fedora Core ( squid and shorewall are configured ) 
> as a proxy,getaway and firewall.Then remove the red hot server which 
> was serving as a (squid) proxy . But my problems continued.
>  Below is my squid configuration on Fedora Core ( which is also the 
> gateway and firewall ):
>  acl mydomain src
>  http_access allow mydomain
>  http_access deny !mydomain
>  But when i try to open www.mydomain.com and any other pages under 
> www.mydomain.com ( www.mydomain.com/references.asp) i get an error ( 
> 111) saying that connection refused. when i clear the proxy options 
> the pages are displayed.
>  I had the same config when i was using Red hat squid but it was 
> neither a gateway nor a firewall.It was only running as a proxy. Why i 
> get a refused connection error??
>  I would be glad if you can support me with this...
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