squid3 - HTTP Caching Proxy
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Squid is a fully-featured HTTP/1.0 proxy which is almost (but not quite)
HTTP/1.1 compliant. Squid offers a rich access control, authorization and
logging environment to develop web proxy and content serving applications.
Categories: www, ipv6
- ARP_ACL: on
- CACHE_DIGESTS: on
- DEBUG: off
- DELAY_POOLS: on
- DOCS: on
- ECAP: off
- ESI: off
- EXAMPLES: on
- FOLLOW_XFF: on
- FS_AUFS: on
- FS_DISKD: on
- FS_ROCK: on
- HTCP: on
- ICAP: on
- ICMP: on
- IDENT: on
- IPV6: on
- KQUEUE: on
- LARGEFILE: on
- LAX_HTTP: on
- NETTLE: off
- PCRE: on
- SNMP: on
- SSL: on
- SSL_CRTD: on
- STACKTRACES: off
- VIA_DB: on
- WCCP: on
- WCCPV2: on
- GSSAPI_NONE: off
- GSSAPI_BASE: on
- GSSAPI_HEIMDAL: off
- GSSAPI_MIT: off
- TP_IPF: off
- TP_IPFW: on
- TP_PF: off
- AUTH_LDAP: off
- AUTH_NIS: on
- AUTH_SASL: off
- AUTH_SMB: off
- AUTH_SQL: off
o You can find the configuration files for this package in the
o The default cache directory is /var/squid/cache/.
The default log directory is /var/log/squid/.
You must initialize new cache directories before you can start
squid. Do this by running "squid -z" as 'root' or 'squid'.
If your cache directories are already initialized (e.g. after an
upgrade of squid) you do not need to initialize them again.
o When using DiskD storage scheme remember to read documentation:
and alter your kern.ipc defaults in /boot/loader.conf. DiskD will not
work reliably without this. Last recomendations were:
o The default configuration will deny everyone but the local host and
local networks as defined in RFC 1918 for IPv4 and RFCs 4193 and
4291 for IPv6 access to the proxy service. Edit the "http_access
allow/deny" directives in /usr/local/etc/squid/squid.conf
to suit your needs.
o If AUTH_SQL option is set, please, don't forget to install one of
following perl modules depending on database you like:
To enable Squid, set squid_enable=yes in either
/etc/rc.conf, /etc/rc.conf.local or /etc/rc.conf.d/squid
Please see /usr/local/etc/rc.d/squid for further details.
If you just updated your Squid installation from an earlier version,
make sure to check your Squid configuration against the 3.4 default
configuration file /usr/local/etc/squid/squid.conf.sample.
/usr/local/etc/squid/squid.conf.documented is a fully annotated
configuration file you can consult for further reference.
Additionally, you should check your configuration by calling
'squid -f /path/to/squid.conf -k parse' before starting Squid.
Install squid3 txz package:
# pkg install squid3