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Fedora™ 7 Unleashed by Paul Hudson, Andrew Hudson

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Chapter 22. Setting Up a Proxy Server

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What Is a Proxy Server?

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Installing Squid

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Configuring Clients

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Access Control Lists

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Specifying Client IP Addresses

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Sample Configurations

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There are two things in this world that you can never have enough of: time and bandwidth. Fedora comes with a proxy server—Squid—that enables you to cache web traffic on your server so that websites load faster and users consume less bandwidth.

What Is a Proxy Server?

A proxy server lies between client machines—the desktops in your company—and the Internet. As ...

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