- From: girishvenkatachalam@xxxxxxxxx (Girish Venkatachalam)
- Date: Fri Apr 23 19:49:29 2010
On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 10:06 AM, bhoobesh <bhoobesh1984@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
how to configure squid in centos while using a one network card
What is the issue with that?
Of course you can do that.
Packets will come to us and we will cache stuff and reply back to
internal network from our cache and
send packets out through the router/modem connection to the Internet.
There is no need for squid to run on a multihomed host.
Only routers/firewalls need to be on a multi network card machine.
Even firewalls can work with one network card. ;)
Only routers need to have multiple physical ethernet or some other
In the case of a firewall you only need to block packets before they
are sent out using the router/MODEM.
In fact recently I got a firewall working for Khazana showroom in
Cathedral road opposite to Stella Marys
college with just one network card.
Sorry for this long digression. I myself dunno much about squid.
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