Proxy Server Question
dcbdbis at comcast.net
Sun Sep 14 18:41:47 UTC 2014
OK. fair enough.
Project: I have been awarded a project in which I am changing out an
entire cities infrastructure to be based upon FreeBSD. They will have
their ISP demark, which then gets fed into a physical firewall appliance
bolted to the wall, which then feeds the FreeBSD server containing the
proxy server into NIC #0.
NIC #1 (on a different subnet) will then feed the attached devices of
the city, PC's, smart devices, printers via a 16 port switch.
The purpose of the proxy servers is to put a configurable layer of proxy
between the average city user, and the internet at large. Currently the
city is infected with a lot of Windows virus', mainly do to the users
(at this time) having unmanaged, unfiltered access to the Internet.....
Sincerely and respectfully,
On 09/14/14 12:31, Odhiambo Washington wrote:
> Depends on what you mean by project and whether you have read about
> Squid as a proxy server:)
> On 14 September 2014 21:28, Dave Babb <dcbdbis at comcast.net
> <mailto:dcbdbis at comcast.net>> wrote:
> I am in need of a proxy server for a project.
> Does anyone have a favorite proxy server they use?
> Or is there an unspoken FreeBSD favorite for a proxy server that
> is considered "best practice"?
> Thank you for any pointers,
> Sincerely and respectfully,
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> Odhiambo WASHINGTON,
> "I can't hear you -- I'm using the scrambler."
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