[K12OSN] proxy or ntlm authentication for client in k12ltsp
mrjohnlucas at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 14:05:49 UTC 2008
Peter Scheie wrote:
> I think the usual solution is to run a separate proxy box between the
> ltsp server and the internet. The box runs squid which I believe has
> modules that can be used for authentication & authorization, etc. This
> question has come up on the list before; search the archives by googling
> for, say, 'web proxy site:www.redhat.com/archives/k12osn'.
The "Advanced Proxy" add-on to IPCop can use several authentication
methods, including LDAP and Windows and it can be part of a
Firewall/Content-filter/Proxy-caching setup in one box. I am using IPCop
with several add-ons:
- URLFilter (version of SquidGuard)- for content filtering
- BlockOutTraffic for controlling outbound IP traffic
- Update Accelerator - for caching updates for Apple, Linux and
Windows (among others).
- Advanced Proxy (version of Squid) - needed to have both Update
Accelerator and URLFilter add-ons.
Just make sure you have machine with adequate RAM and Disk space (I'm
using a 2.8Ghz P4 with 2GB RAM and 80GB HD).
> yogesh agrawal wrote:
>> hi everyone,
>> I will try to explain my problem, in case of LTSP, if the server has
>> access to internet all the clients also have access to internet. But
>> my problem is i have to give access to only authorized person on the
>> client to access net. so need some authentication system. At present
>> we use non ltsp system which uses ntlm and proxy authentication.
>> i cant use mac authentication, coz deployment site has cyber cafe
>> kind of environment, i which user keep on changing but the machines r
>> I am really stuck coz of this problem, it would be really nice of u if
>> u let me know how to overcome this problem or direct me to other sites
>> tht can help.
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