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'[OT] Proxy ?not working?'
2004\08\28@030356 by Chetan Bhargava

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Ask your friend to do a traceroute from the user computer to the
http://www.bannedsite.com and see where the traffic is flowing from. Maybe
the guy has a dial up account and going outside from that. Or maybe he
is going to the Internet directly from NAT (gateway) instead of proxy.

After setting up a proxy did he setup a rule (firewall) like:

block in all from any any?

-Chetan

On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 10:19:48 -0400, Carlos A. Marcano V.


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2004\08\28@181921 by Carlos Marcano

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I will tell him :)

Thanks, Peter.

*Carlos Marcano*
-Guri, Venezuela-

P.S: I fixed the tag, I broke the thread but I want to keep things right in
this next piclist "start" :). Regards.


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De: piclist-bouncesspamKILLspammit.edu [.....piclist-bouncesKILLspamspam.....mit.edu]En nombre de
Peter L. Peres
Enviado el: Domingo, 29 de Agosto de 2004 01:11
Para: pic microcontroller discussion list
Asunto: RE: ] Proxy ?not working?



<aside> Wasn't the new list software supposed to fix the outhouse re:[]
mangling ? because it apparently hasn't. I post the subject line as it
came in to avoid breakinf the thread </aside>

> Now, what could be the best way to avoid this?

Now it is time for your friend (who lost the bet) to make a bet on lunches
for every time he can do the trick he learned on his server, with his
friend striving to set up the server to prevent this kind of problem.

Peter

PS: The only way to do it is to have a discretionary access list. Iow, no
internet, and only allow access to a specified list of hosts, which can be
large. It is worth your firend's while to make the bet I explained above
;-)
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2004\08\29@193313 by Jonathan Johnson

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try looking at anonymiser on google (or possibly anonymizer).

Cheers
JJ

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Subject: [OT] Proxy ?not working?


Ask your friend to do a traceroute from the user computer to the
http://www.bannedsite.com and see where the traffic is flowing from. Maybe
the guy has a dial up account and going outside from that. Or maybe he
is going to the Internet directly from NAT (gateway) instead of proxy.

After setting up a proxy did he setup a rule (firewall) like:

block in all from any any?

-Chetan

On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 10:19:48 -0400, Carlos A. Marcano V.


<@spam@carlosmarcano78KILLspamspamcantv.net> wrote:
>
>      Hi folks. I have a situation that is really driving me crazy. A
> friend of mine is trying to manage a little lan at his workplace. It has
> about 10 computers conected using Windoze 95, 98, and XP as the OS´s. He
is
> running the web server and uses a proxy to grant the internet acces. Users
> must login through an application called Watchguard to gain acces to
> internet. When somebody tries to get to a not allowable site (like porn
> sites) he gets the "This URL is blocked by the firewall" sign. Everything
> seems to be working fine, except that a user begin to tell him that he
> could get to any site he wanted and my friend could not do anything about
> it. My friend felt confident and told him that was not possible, so they
> started a friendly bet: every Monday and Wednesday the user have to call
my
> friend and bring him to his PC and if he shows him any banned site on the
> browser my friend must buy him lunch that day. No "imported sites count"
> (as in a cdrom or floppy or any other media), so they have a gentlemen
pact
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