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Old 8th November 2012, 06:46
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Question Caching in Squid proxy -ubuntu 12.10 or any Linux distribution

I have installed and configured squid proxy server in

Ubuntu 12.10 .

Its working fine from the client end pc .

I have also set the cache dir in the squid.conf file .

Kindly let me know ,how do i store the web pages for

offline mode access .

Suppose, if there is no internet and i want to save

multilple level caching of a website and later the client

pcs ,should be able to browse the same in the offline mode.

Basically ,the Squid should work as a cache server ,when

the Internet is offline.

I checked the var/spool/squid directory and there are many

directories present there.

If the Internet is offline and some websites are cached in

the Proxy server ,how does a client PC access the same via

a web browser .

Any help would be appreciated .
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