[K12OSN] transparent proxying with LTSP--SOLVED

Mark Gumprecht gumprechtm at msad3.org
Tue Feb 28 14:27:53 UTC 2006

Do tell. I tried ipcop and sme but the need for 2 nics through me and I 
tried to get dhcrelay to work in ipcop, but I'm not good enough with 
IPTables to not screw it up.

David Trask wrote:

>"Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com> on
>Tuesday, February 28, 2006 at 6:27 AM +0000 wrote:
>>The setup I have been running for a while is a 1 nic card setup with 
>>squid. I have a sonic wall at this point and still use an external DHCP 
>>for addressing. I use the sonic wall to forward to the DMZ to port 3128. 
>>All web traffic is re-routed to the squid and back again (transparent). 
>>I have forwarded for headers turned on in squid so that when people 
>>override the bess filter, it is only for the machine they are on, not 
>>the whole network. I had to work with MSLN on the forwarded for headers 
>>(provider), they just needed to allow them. I'm currently incorporating 
>>dansguardian into the setup. I would like to get dhcrelay working and 
>>can the sonic wall altogether, or swap the whole network (1024 subnet) 
>>over to it's own DHCP
>Mark...sounds like the setup I have will work perfect for you....and it's
>a cinch to set up.
>David N. Trask
>Technology Teacher/Director
>Vassalboro Community School
>dtrask at vcsvikings.org
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Mark Gumprecht
Data Systems Specialist
Unity, ME
gumprechtm at msad3.org

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