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Re: Block PC using Mac address in squid



You do know that you can't block a MAC address once it crosses a router, as
MAC is layer 2 only.
Unless your just doing this on your local LAN etc.

Hope that helps.

On Jan 30, 2008 6:31 PM, Cameron Simpson <cs zip com au> wrote:

> On 30Jan2008 22:12, Mad Unix <madunix gmail com> wrote:
> | > | I tried as in /etc/squid/squid.conf
> | > |   acl block arp 00:13:45:d3:24:e4
> | > |   https_access deny block
> | > | but it give me error as like: - (This is the output of # squid -k
> parse)
> | > | aclParseAclLine: Invalid ACL type 'arp'
> | > | FATAL: Bungled squid.conf line 1234: acl block arp 00:13:45:d3:24:e4
> | > | squid Cache (Version 2.5.STABLE6): Terminated abnormally.
> | >
> | > The normal squid.conf describes the "arp" acl type and says:
> | >
> | > The arp ACL requires the special configure option --enable-arp-acl.
> | >
> | > So you will need to rebuild squid from source with this option.
> | > Then you should be fine.
> |
> | question: i did the install of squid through yum , how can i add the MAC
> | support in this case...
>
> Fetch the squid source. Build with correct option and also
> --prefix=/usr/local. Install. Run the new one and not the yum one.
>
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