infofarmer at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 21:35:22 PDT 2005
On 10/13/05, Efren Bravo <efrenba at dhl.co.cu> wrote:
> I want to install a proxy server to manage these features: http cache,
> content filtering (forbidden words, ActiveX, java, url. etc), users,
> groups, ips' control access, time ranges to ie access.
> I want to hear some suggestions based on your experiences.
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We've got squid+adzap filtering out porn and ads.
It's a dual PIII server, with an IDE hard disk. It serves
3000+ clients (around 30Gb daily). It works great. We
also use jftpgw as an ftp proxy.
Users, groups, ip-addresses, time ranges are all
easily configurable via squid, but for comprehensive
Chinese-style filtering of the content (not just based
on the URL), you'll need something like
dansguardian, like Andras told us here.
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