Thank you. I did get it to work with snippet below

cache_peer parent 3114 0 no-query default
never_direct allow all

can you tell me how I can assign different ports to different outgoing proxies?

On 04/07/2018 02:30 AM, Amos Jeffries wrote:
On 07/04/18 18:02, xpro wrote:
Would it be done like below?

http_port 3001
acl port1 myport 3001
tcp_outgoing_address port1

I want anyone connecting to my proxy using port 3001, to use the the
proxy server on
No. tcp_outgoing_address is the IP your Squid uses on its outgoing TCP

cache_peer is for configuring destination details about any specific
peer (upstream server or proxy) to relay messages through.
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On 04/07/2018 01:05 AM, Amos Jeffries wrote:
On 07/04/18 11:34, xpro wrote:
I'm not sure if Squid is the right tool for this. I'm trying to achieve
the following.

I would have access to some exclusive proxies, but I would like for a
limited amount of people to use these proxies without getting the
original proxy IP. I want them to go through my proxy server and then my
proxy server would forward them to the proxy I use.

Would this be possible with Squid?
Of course. I'm not exactly clear on what you mean by original or
exclusive proxies, but HTTP and Squid are certainly able to chain.

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