Squid anonymous proxy login bypass for local netowrk?

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by pmoore4321, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. pmoore4321

    pmoore4321 New Member

    I followed the anonymous proxy guide:

    The proxy is working great! I use squid and hamachi to securely browse from wireless hotspots when on business. I don't notice any difference in speed when using the proxy/hamachi and direct connection. Very cool!

    I do have one question. Is there a way to bypass the login screen for clients on the local network? I am sure there is an addition to squid.conf to make this happen, but I can't seem to figure it out.

    I also configured several other virtual IP addresses (like the guide shows) when installing if there is a way to make one of those bypass the login screen.

    Thanks in advance.
    Preston Moore
  2. pmoore4321

    pmoore4321 New Member

    I figured it out. I just added this to squid.conf:

    acl our_networks src
    http_access allow our_networks

    Now the local network clients are not prompted for user/password.

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