Le 11/03/2018 à 16:48, Alex Crow a écrit : > > It would be a lot easier to just create exceptions on the squid device > for sites where bumping doesn't work which cause then to be tunnelled or > spliced rather then bumped. You can then at least use dstdomain or > ssl:servername rules. dstdomain will let you tunnel or splice, whereas > ssl servername you will only be able to splice as an SSL connection must > already have been started AFAIK. Your firewall will probably need > restarting every time one of the IP addresses behind those hostnames > changes. Squid will at least do a lookup every request for dstdomain > (you need a good DNS server nearby or on the squid box).
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