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Thread: Squid proxy

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    Squid proxy

    Hi to all. i have installed squid proxy (3.5) server on Centos 7, and i have created ACL lists for my LAN company users. All sites which allow to open from users devices working correctly , but the address office.outlook.com is the only site that can’t be open from users.
    What happens about this site?
    Thanks !!!

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    Re: Squid proxy

    Moved to a thread of its own.

    Please don't hijack other people's threads. Not only it dilutes community effort but it's also the wrong way to get the proper and adequate help to your problem.

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    Re: Squid proxy

    Do we support CentOS here?

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    Re: Squid proxy

    Quote Originally Posted by ActionParsnip View Post
    Do we support CentOS here?
    Thread moved to Fedora/RedHat and derivatives.

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    Re: Squid proxy

    What do the logs tell you? On CentOS, look in /var/log/squid.
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