[ILUG] Squid and Firewall
Conor.Wynne at compaq.com
Fri Nov 30 08:10:13 GMT 2001
Now I'm still drunk from last night, however I shall try and answer
Every page has a "time to live" in the page thingy. A page with dynamic
text/pictures will always be checked on the internet in case it changes.
Static pages are cool coz they don't change.
You should definitely use a caching name server, coz all the cool kids
Nice 1 Paul for the script.
Another Q ... When I use a windows client to my squid proxy, squid seems
dial up, even though it has the requested page(s) in the cache.
i.e. I use google a lot, and have it set as my default page in ie5.
When I start ie5, and watch the log, it dials up straight away, even
I was just on google a few mins ago.
Is it dns thats causing the dialup ?
Should I do a local caching nameserver to solve this prob ?
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