squid guard problem

Travis Smith ts0384 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 13:38:38 UTC 2008

I guess I dont fully understand the question and not sure how to redirect
with squidguard but maybe another solution would be to create a dns for
www.porno.com and create and a record to where you want it to be redirected.
I've used squid before but only to block sites not redirect them. If your
not using local dns then edit your hosts file.

On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 5:20 AM, Luca Ferrari <fluca1978 at infinito.it> wrote:

> On Tuesday 11 March 2008 Joris Dobbelsteen's cat, walking on the keyboard,
> wrote:
> >
> > Check your logs. Squid gives very decent output that you can use to
> > verify your assumption.
> >
> In the logs I found that squid is not able to access the original image,
> because of the redirect:
> 1205320921.812      6 TCP_HIT/200 984 GET
> http://www.porno.com/construc.gif - NONE/- text/html
> the construc.gif image does not exist at the url www.porno.com, while it
> exists of course at the url I've instrumented squidGuard to
> redirect....this
> is the problem: how can I make squidGuard to fully redirect the address?
> Luca
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