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Setting up a home proxy server





NuniPio
i was wandering how i could setup my own proxy server at home so that i dont have to re-download already viewed content within my network. does anybody know how i could set this up? thanks
MrBlueSky
You might want to check out Squid, a free, open-source web-proxy program. You can download binaries here: http://www.squid-cache.org/binaries.html
NuniPio
is that for server 2003? im looking for a server 2003 compatible program sorry
bukaida
Go for winproxy.It has the features you have asked for. if you want to share only the internet connection, then AnalogX and CCProxy is sufficient.
billgertz
NuniPio wrote:
is that for server 2003? im looking for a server 2003 compatible program sorry


you might want to try ISA server 2004 if you want to configure a proxy server with firewall.
infobankr
I've used Squid extensively - great program, though it doesn't run on Windows.

If you do use Squid, make sure you don't use RAID5 - its the worst combination.
fleurlavag
use winproxy and setup the cache function
blueray
Or you could use wingate. It's good enough
that I have running a proxy by an old pc ( pc 133 / 96mb).
and it's work great.

If you got and problem, just post here.
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