[TriLUG] proxy / kiosk question
mpusateri at wickedtrails.com
Thu Jun 8 19:51:36 EDT 2006
Squidguard is another add-in to squid and can allow you to filter on
regular expressions. You might also look at privoxy. I would also
make sure your firewall disallows those kiosk machines access to the
internet and redirects them to the proxy.
On Thu, June 8, 2006 1:46 pm, Michael Tharp wrote:
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> I'm sure squid can do that with its ACL system. You may want to give
> it a shot, but be prepared for a long session with the manual. Also
> you could maybe do something with nameservers (so they can't look up
> domains outside of that one), but other than those two there aren't
> too many options.
> Byarlay, Wayne A. wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'm googling this, as any good admin should, but it's an area I
>> some quick brain at TriLUG would be willing to point me to a
>> cleaner solution.
>> Situation: I have many public WinXP Kiosk machines, with IE as the
>> thing a walk-up customer can access. I would like this IE to be
>> using a
>> Proxy, so that if they try to access anything other than
>> it points them to kiosk.mydomain.edu.
>> I am familiar with Apache, and have a few linux machines running a
>> Apache servers, but I've not done a Proxy before. Is this the proper
>> method to do such a thing? (A proxy, as opposed to something else?)
>> so what proxy would you recommend and can you additionally post a
>> that explains how to set up such a thing?
>> Like I said earlier I am also googling this, but even if you point
>> me in
>> the approximate general direction, I will... be thankful.
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