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Old 12-28-2009, 09:18 PM
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Default Port Blocking 80 and 443 an forwarding internet traffic through squid

Hi, I have a Cisco 2821 and have policy based routing .I want to implement squid /Proxy so that all internet traffic goes through Squid (Port 3128) .
Please let me k0now what I will do on router so that all internet traffic goes through squid Port 3128 and If any user remove proxy address from browser he will not able to browse any thing.

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Old 12-28-2009, 09:28 PM
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Default Re: Port Blocking 80 and 443 an forwarding internet traffic through squid

If the proxy is configured in explicit way you dont have to do nothing on router. Otherwise, if the proxy is in transparent mode you need to redirect all web traffic to the proxy by configuring WCCP on router. Finally, for both alternatives, you must configure a access-list on router or rule on your fw denying all traffic from users to internet, the only appliance that is allowed connect to internet is the proxy. From this way you can be sure any user will have internet access if he/she removes the proxy configuration on his/her computer.
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:59 PM
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Default Re: Port Blocking 80 and 443 an forwarding internet traffic through squid

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If the proxy is configured in explicit way you dont have to do nothing on router. Otherwise, if the proxy is in transparent mode you need to redirect all web traffic to the proxy by configuring WCCP on router. Finally, for both alternatives, you must configure a access-list on router or rule on your fw denying all traffic from users to internet, the only appliance that is allowed connect to internet is the proxy. From this way you can be sure any user will have internet access if he/she removes the proxy configuration on his/her computer.
The problem is resolved with your suggestion, thanks
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