[Chilli] postauthproxy authentication
James @ ADSL24
james at adsl24.co.uk
Wed Jan 2 20:25:53 UTC 2013
But, not sure how that can help unless I am missing the trick?
So if I install tinyproxy I can tell it to use my external squid proxy...
but I still need a way to lock it so only coova users can use the external
From: chilli-bounces at coova.org [mailto:chilli-bounces at coova.org] On Behalf
Of David Bird
Sent: 02 January 2013 20:16
To: chilli at coova.org
Subject: Re: [Chilli] postauthproxy authentication
There is no chilli option for that, though you could just implement that
with a local proxy with an up-stream configuration.
Happy new year!
On Wed, 2013-01-02 at 11:54 +0000, James @ ADSL24 wrote:
> Happy New Year to you all!
> I'm wondering if anyone can help.
> We currently have a requirement to use the postauthproxy config option
> within coovachilli but I need to know if there is a way to set a
> username/password for the HTTP proxy, so we can lock it down on the squid
> server to a specified user/pass.
> We can't just set squid based on specific IPs as a lot of customers are on
> dynamic IPs so we can't track them easily.
> Does postauthproxy allow a username/password for the proxy to be specified
> in this way, and if so how?
> Many thanks
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