We have a private server running Squid 3.1 on GNU/Linux Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS. We use the proxy primarily to log our remote home workers web activity so that we can prove that 'dodgy' sites were visited as part of their legitimate work for us if they were ever questioned by their ISP or other authority.
There are 2 areas I would like to improve however:
I dont want to have to create and administer user accounts on the proxy
I dont want users to have to enter a username and password to be able to use the proxy
I do want to be able to identify actual users so that we can provide logs by person
I would like if possible to allow only our staff to use the proxy (not allow it to be open for anyone to use)
So this project is to recommend and implement a solution to the above
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Hi I am a CISSP,RHCE,CCNA,MCSA,Linux+ and a CEH. I do have 7+ years experience in System Administration . I have experience in a high availability environment with 100+ servers and more than 500 000+ subscribers, I kno Plus
I am linux admin and also have a good idea about squid. I understand your requirements and can implement the same
Hi, Ten years of experience in IT system administrator for the most important news corporations in Italy.
please see PMB for questions. This might be doable in specific [login to view URL] better auth username / password is a good starting point IMHO
hi. there are not so many solutions exist based on your limitations. in general, you may identify users either by some kind of username or by ip address. i doubt that all your workers have static ip addresses when Plus