[clug] proxy with a web front end
steve at nerdvana.org.au
Mon Sep 12 06:52:32 GMT 2005
Are you talking along the lines of restricting access to the net?
I want to go to google, so I type into my browser www.google.com.au, at
which point the proxy prompts me for a username/password combo, and after
successful authenication I can then go out into the big bad internet, or are
you wanting to run a proxy anonymiser for only a few people (I want to view
certain content, but knowing the normal ones are blocked, I go to your
domain, log in, and then surf the net)
From: David Tulloh
Sent: Monday, 12 September 2005 4:20 PM
To: Boris Rousak
Cc: linux at samba.org
Subject: Re: [clug] proxy with a web front end
It sounds more like you want the webserver to do the proxying for you.
Have you looked at apache with mod_proxy?
Boris Rousak wrote:
>Afternoon to all,
>Could someone please suggest an appropriate linux
>package to do the following:
>A proxy server which will be access via a webpage with
>a password or some other form of authentication.
>So when a user goes to www.mydomain.com they are
>prompted for a username/password and once logged in
>they are prompted for URL in the text box which once
>entered, the user is redirected to.
>Or anything along these lines. Does squid have an
>authentication module maybe?
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