PF: block out port 80 so that not allow clients in LAN to
browse Internet via port 80
fbsd.questions at rachie.is-a-geek.net
Tue Sep 25 15:15:39 PDT 2007
On Tuesday 25 September 2007 23:40:14 RW wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 20:52:16 +0700
> vuthecuong <cuongvt at fpt.vn> wrote:
> > Recently I used squid for cache proxy configured to go internet
> > through port 3128.
> > But internet browser in LAN still connect to Internet through port 80
> > if in conenction option of Internet browser is chose to connect
> > directly to internet,
> > not through proxy server.
> > So how can I block out port 80 so that LAN clients must go to
> > internet through port
> > 3128 via proxy server?
> > Tnx in advanced
> > ________________
> Blocking a port with PF is really basic. If you have to ask you would
> be better-off reading about PF first, before you do anything.
Well, he could block, but transparently doing it without annoying users is
Vuthecuong, the following line will redirect traffic from the local net to
port 80 on the internet to squid on port 3128:
rdr on $int_if proto tcp from $int_if:network to any port www -> \
$int_addr port 3128
where $int_if is the internal interface, $int_addr the address on the internal
interface squid listens on and $ext_if the external interface.
There's a full article on how to set this up, here:
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