How to setup proxy server on your website?


#1

Hi all,

I wanna set proxy server on my website (Squid proxy) on my Linux-Based website. How to setup the squid on your website?


#2

What are you trying to do? Reverse proxy?


#3

I just need simple proxy.


#4

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I just need simple proxy.
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What are you trying to proxy, man? Why don’t you describe in detail what you want? There are reverse proxies, forward proxies, web proxies etc. Nothing called “simple proxy” :) If you don’t know the correct term then explain in detail what you want and I maybe able to help you.


#5

I think they mean a basic caching server - not CGI, but one in which you have to plug in the entries in the browser's settings page (as in - a squid proxy)


#6

You Should post some detail here , there can be tons of reason for a proxy .

if you need just to bypass traffic via your proxy server .

You need root access to the system , it cant be done on Shared Websites ,

You need a vps of Dedicated server ,

Then what sort of OS you are using

Fedora/CentOS/RedHat etc have different setup

Ubuntu/Debain based os have diffrent setup

Top of All , its not easy for noobs , you must first understand what proxy is , :)


#7

Actually, I wanna access it from from US.


#8

Try using Web based proxy script , you can install them on your shared hosting without extra effort or knowledge