SQUID and multible In-Out-IPs

SQUID and multible In-Out-IPs

Post by Dietrich von der Groebe » Thu, 22 Jul 1999 04:00:00



Hi all,

I have a big big problem with squid,
is it possible to run squid in the following configuration:

           ____
LAN1------|    |
          |    | Internet-IP for LAN1
          |    |----------------------
          |    | Internet-IP for LAN2
LAN2------|____|

So, if a request comes from LAN1 (customer1) squid uses the official
IP-Adress for LAN1 and if the request comes from LAN2 (customer2) it
uses the second official IP-Adress.
A possible solution would be to run two different squid-daemons, but in
this case they wouldn't use the same cache.
Both customers would like to have a correct volume-accounting for which
they have to pay for.
I hope, anyone can help me..

best regards, Dietrich v. d. Groeben

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1. SQUID and multible In-Out-IPs

Hi all,

I have a big big problem with squid,
is it possible to run squid in the following configuration:

           ____
LAN1------|    |
          |    | Internet-IP for LAN1
          |    |----------------------
          |    | Internet-IP for LAN2
LAN2------|____|

So, if a request comes from LAN1 (customer1) squid uses the official
IP-Adress for LAN1 and if the request comes from LAN2 (customer2) it
uses the second official IP-Adress.
A possible solution would be to run two different squid-daemons, but in
this case they wouldn't use the same cache.
Both customers would like to have a correct volume-accounting for which
they have to pay for.
I hope, anyone can help me..

best regards, Dietrich v. d. Groeben

+--------------------------------------------------------------------+


+ LCD                                       Phone: +49-7931-97 11 0  +
+ Lurz Computer+Datensysteme                FAX:   +49-7931-97 11 11 +
+ Johann-Hammer-Str. 24                   http://www.lcd.de          +
+ D-97980 Bad Mergentheim                 http://www.vertrieb.lcd.de +
+ Xlink-PoP/Bad Mergentheim               http://www.support.lcd.de  +
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

"Only wimps use tape backup: _real_ men just upload their important
stuff
 on ftp, and let the rest of the world mirror it ;)" - Linus
Life's not fair. But the root passwort helps. :-)

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