Squid Proxy server malaysia

Squid Proxy server malaysia
Product Code: Squid Proxy
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Squid proxy server is a high-performance proxy caching server for web clients, supporting FTP, gopher, and HTTP data objects. Squid keeps meta data and especially hot objects cached in RAM, caches DNS lookups, supports non-blocking DNS lookups, and implements negative caching of failed requests.

Features :

  1. Basic Enterprise Linux OS Install, Disk Partitioning, RAID, Network Connection.
  2. Internet Gateway with basic firewall works with any Internet connection.
  3. Assumption that Red Hat Enterprise Linux OS BASIX already fully Installed with Disk Partitioning, RAID, Network Connection.
  4. Install & configure Squid Proxy server for Cached pages & Web Access Control.
  5. Install SARG (Squid Analysis Report Generator). *Log Report Analysis (who, IP address, Time, Date, URL, Bytes used).
  6. Install MySAR (MySQL Squid Access Report). *A web-based Squid Log Analysis System written in PHP, with a MYSQL backend.
    *Reporting system for user web traffic activity, as logged from the Squid Proxy for creating all kinds of reports for how users use an internet connection.
  7. Install Webmin as the Administration tool. *Configure Webmin to manage all services.
    *Testing and user acceptance.
  8. Test logon, internet access control for all client PCs.
  9. User acceptance testing.
  10. Complete documentation on above work scope.
  11. Consultancy, Commissioning of works to ensure fully working conditions.
  12. Half day Administrative & Operation Training.

General Description :

Caching is a way to store requested Internet objects (e.g. data like web pages) available via the HTTP, FTP, and Gopher protocols on a system closer to the requesting site. Web browsers can then use the local Squid cache as a proxy HTTP server, reducing access time as well as bandwidth consumption. This is often useful for Internet service providers to increase speed to their customers, and LANs that share an Internet connection. Because it is also a proxy (i.e. it behaves like a client on behalf of the real client), it can provide some anonymity and security. However, it also can introduce significant privacy concerns as it can log a lot of data including URLs requested, the exact date and time, the name and version of the requesters' web browser and operating system, and the page that the requester got to the requested page from. A client program (e.g. browser) either has to explicitly specify the proxy server it wants to use (typical for ISP customers), or it could be using a proxy without any extra configuration: "transparent caching", in which case all outgoing HTTP requests are intercepted by Squid and all responses are cached. The latter is typically a corporate set-up (all clients are on the same LAN) and often introduces the privacy concerns mentioned above. Squid has some features that can help anonymize connections, such as disabling or changing specific header fields in a client's HTTP requests. Whether these are set, and what they are set to do, is up to the person who controls the computer running Squid. People requesting pages through a network which transparently uses Squid will usually have no idea if this information is being logged.

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