On Sat, 2006-11-11 at 00:37 +0100, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: > lör 2006-11-11 klockan 00:11 +0800 skrev Ow Mun Heng: > > Perhaps I just don't get it. I just upgraded to 2.6.3 and then all of a > > sudden, I read baout this TPROXY feature. > > It enables client and server ip spoofing and it basically bypasses the > > cache (so as to make it really really transparent etc). > > It doesn't bypass cache. It just allows Squid to masquerade using the > original clients IP on outgoing requests.
Yeah.. That's what my english meant. :-) > > > So.. if I understand it correctly, the aim of tproxy is to fix all the > > shortcomings with that of a "normal" squid 2.5 version of transparent > > caching which will wreck havoc in some circumstances right?? > > No. Only to make the proxy less visible. > > You will still have the same TCP/IP protocol issues if not more. > The only problem it might solve is access those sites not happy when a > user changes IP when going from http to https. That's the only good thing about tproxy support? That seems a bit little.(to me anyway)