dansguardian en centos 6.4 + Squid



para mi trabajo necesito configurar dansguardian en centos 6.4 con squid, no tengo mucha experiencia en Linux y siguiendo algunos tutoriales en el Internet me funciona bien el proxy pero el dans guardian funciona solo en el servidor y eso cambiando el puerto del firefox al 8080, pese a que el proxy lo tengo definido en el 3128. En los equipos de la red funciona bien el proxy pero el dans.. ni cambiando el puerto de la configuración del navegador como en el servidor. (no navehan con el pto 8080). Los servicios dansguardian. iptables y squid se inician correctamente.

Por favor si alguien me puede ayudar le estaría muy agradecido.

mis archivos de configuración son:

# Recommended minimum configuration:
acl manager proto cache_object
acl localhost src ::1
acl to_localhost dst ::1
acl lan src

# Example rule allowing access from your local networks.
# Adapt to list your (internal) IP networks from where browsing
# should be allowed
acl localnet src # RFC1918 possible internal network
acl localnet src # RFC1918 possible internal network
acl localnet src # RFC1918 possible internal network
acl localnet src fc00::/7 # RFC 4193 local private network range
acl localnet src fe80::/10 # RFC 4291 link-local (directly plugged) machines

acl SSL_ports port 443
acl Safe_ports port 80 # http
acl Safe_ports port 21 # ftp
acl Safe_ports port 443 # https
acl Safe_ports port 70 # gopher
acl Safe_ports port 210 # wais
acl Safe_ports port 1025-65535 # unregistered ports
acl Safe_ports port 280 # http-mgmt
acl Safe_ports port 488 # gss-http
acl Safe_ports port 591 # filemaker
acl Safe_ports port 777 # multiling http

# Recommended minimum Access Permission configuration:
# Only allow cachemgr access from localhost
http_access allow manager localhost
http_access deny manager

# Deny requests to certain unsafe ports
http_access deny !Safe_ports

# Deny CONNECT to other than secure SSL ports
http_access deny CONNECT !SSL_ports

# We strongly recommend the following be uncommented to protect innocent
# web applications running on the proxy server who think the only
# one who can access services on "localhost" is a local user
#http_access deny to_localhost


# Example rule allowing access from your local networks.
# Adapt localnet in the ACL section to list your (internal) IP networks
# from where browsing should be allowed
http_access allow localnet
http_access allow localhost

# And finally deny all other access to this proxy
http_access deny all
http_access allow lan
# Squid normally listens to port 3128
http_port 3128

# We recommend you to use at least the following line.
hierarchy_stoplist cgi-bin ?

# Uncomment and adjust the following to add a disk cache directory.
#cache_dir ufs /var/spool/squid 100 16 256

# Leave coredumps in the first cache dir
coredump_dir /var/spool/squid

# Add any of your own refresh_pattern entries above these.
refresh_pattern ^ftp: 1440 20% 10080
refresh_pattern ^gopher: 1440 0% 1440
refresh_pattern -i (/cgi-bin/|\?) 0 0% 0
refresh_pattern . 0 20% 4320

visible_hostname internet.hvcm.com


# Generated by iptables-save v1.4.7 on Mon Oct 21 14:41:53 2013
:PREROUTING ACCEPT [4667:479067]
:OUTPUT ACCEPT [89:5364]
-A PREROUTING -i eth1 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination
-A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 3128
-A PREROUTING -s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 8080
# Completed on Mon Oct 21 14:41:53 2013
# Generated by iptables-save v1.4.7 on Mon Oct 21 14:41:53 2013
:OUTPUT ACCEPT [2634:903751]
-A INPUT -s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3128 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p icmp -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 22 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
-A FORWARD -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
# Completed on Mon Oct 21 14:41:53 2013

# DansGuardian config file for version

# **NOTE** as of version 2.7.5 most of the list files are now in dansguardianf1.conf

# Web Access Denied Reporting (does not affect logging)
# -1 = log, but do not block - Stealth mode
# 0 = just say 'Access Denied'
# 1 = report why but not what denied phrase
# 2 = report fully
# 3 = use HTML template file (accessdeniedaddress ignored) - recommended
reportinglevel = 3

# Language dir where languages are stored for internationalisation.
# The HTML template within this dir is only used when reportinglevel
# is set to 3. When used, DansGuardian will display the HTML file instead of
# using the perl cgi script. This option is faster, cleaner
# and easier to customise the access denied page.
# The language file is used no matter what setting however.
languagedir = '/usr/share/dansguardian/languages'

# language to use from languagedir.
language = 'spanish'

# Logging Settings
# 0 = none 1 = just denied 2 = all text based 3 = all requests
loglevel = 2

# Log Exception Hits
# Log if an exception (user, ip, URL, phrase) is matched and so
# the page gets let through. Can be useful for diagnosing
# why a site gets through the filter.
# 0 = never log exceptions
# 1 = log exceptions, but do not explicitly mark them as such
# 2 = always log & mark exceptions (default)
logexceptionhits = 2

# Log File Format
# 1 = DansGuardian format (space delimited)
# 2 = CSV-style format
# 3 = Squid Log File Format
# 4 = Tab delimited
logfileformat = 1

# truncate large items in log lines
#maxlogitemlength = 400

# anonymize logs (blank out usernames & IPs)
#anonymizelogs = on

# Syslog logging
# Use syslog for access logging instead of logging to the file
# at the defined or built-in "loglocation"
#syslog = on

# Log file location
# Defines the log directory and filename.
loglocation = '/var/log/dansguardian/access.log'

# Statistics log file location
# Defines the stat file directory and filename.
# Only used in conjunction with maxips > 0
# Once every 3 minutes, the current number of IPs in the cache, and the most
# that have been in the cache since the daemon was started, are written to this
# file. IPs persist in the cache for 7 days.
#statlocation = '/var/log/dansguardian/stats'

# Network Settings
# the IP that DansGuardian listens on. If left blank DansGuardian will
# listen on all IPs. That would include all NICs, loopback, modem, etc.
# Normally you would have your firewall protecting this, but if you want
# you can limit it to a certain IP. To bind to multiple interfaces,
# specify each IP on an individual filterip line.
filterip =

# the port that DansGuardian listens to.
filterport = 8080

# the ip of the proxy (default is the loopback - i.e. this server)
proxyip =

# the port DansGuardian connects to proxy on
proxyport = 3128

# Whether to retrieve the original destination IP in transparent proxy
# setups and check it against the domain pulled from the HTTP headers.
# Be aware that when visiting sites which use a certain type of round-robin
# DNS for load balancing, DG may mark requests as invalid unless DG gets
# exactly the same answers to its DNS requests as clients. The chances of
# this happening can be increased if all clients and servers on the same LAN
# make use of a local, caching DNS server instead of using upstream DNS
# directly.
# See http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/435052
# on (default) | off
#!! Not compiled !! originalip = on

# accessdeniedaddress is the address of your web server to which the cgi
# dansguardian reporting script was copied. Only used in reporting levels 1 and 2.
# This webserver must be either:
# 1. Non-proxied. Either a machine on the local network, or listed as an exception
# in your browser's proxy configuration.
# 2. Added to the exceptionsitelist. Option 1 is preferable; this option is
# only for users using both transparent proxying and a non-local server
# to host this script.
# Individual filter groups can override this setting in their own configuration.
accessdeniedaddress = 'http://YOURSERVER.YOURDOMAIN/cgi-bin/dansguardian.pl'

# Non standard delimiter (only used with accessdeniedaddress)
# To help preserve the full banned URL, including parameters, the variables
# passed into the access denied CGI are separated using non-standard
# delimiters. This can be useful to ensure correct operation of the filter
# bypass modes. Parameters are split using "::" in place of "&", and "==" in
# place of "=".
# Default is enabled, but to go back to the standard mode, disable it.
nonstandarddelimiter = on

# Banned image replacement
# Images that are banned due to domain/url/etc reasons including those
# in the adverts blacklists can be replaced by an image. This will,
# for example, hide images from advert sites and remove broken image
# icons from banned domains.
# on (default) | off
usecustombannedimage = on
custombannedimagefile = '/usr/share/dansguardian/transparent1x1.gif'

# Filter groups options
# filtergroups sets the number of filter groups. A filter group is a set of content
# filtering options you can apply to a group of users. The value must be 1 or more.
# DansGuardian will automatically look for dansguardianfN.conf where N is the filter
# group. To assign users to groups use the filtergroupslist option. All users default
# to filter group 1. You must have some sort of authentication to be able to map users
# to a group. The more filter groups the more copies of the lists will be in RAM so
# use as few as possible.
filtergroups = 1
filtergroupslist = '/etc/dansguardian/lists/filtergroupslist'

# Authentication files location
bannediplist = '/etc/dansguardian/lists/bannediplist'
exceptioniplist = '/etc/dansguardian/lists/exceptioniplist'

# Show weighted phrases found
# If enabled then the phrases found that made up the total which excedes
# the naughtyness limit will be logged and, if the reporting level is
# high enough, reported. on | off
showweightedfound = on

# Weighted phrase mode
# There are 3 possible modes of operation:
# 0 = off = do not use the weighted phrase feature.
# 1 = on, normal = normal weighted phrase operation.
# 2 = on, singular = each weighted phrase found only counts once on a page.
weightedphrasemode = 2

# Positive (clean) result caching for URLs
# Caches good pages so they don't need to be scanned again.
# It also works with AV plugins.
# 0 = off (recommended for ISPs with users with disimilar browsing)
# 1000 = recommended for most users
# 5000 = suggested max upper limit
# If you're using an AV plugin then use at least 5000.
urlcachenumber = 1000
# Age before they are stale and should be ignored in seconds
# 0 = never
# 900 = recommended = 15 mins
urlcacheage = 900

# Clean cache for content (AV) scan results
# By default, to save CPU, files scanned and found to be
# clean are inserted into the clean cache and NOT scanned
# again for a while. If you don't like this then choose
# to disable it.
# (on|off) default = on.
scancleancache = on

# Smart, Raw and Meta/Title phrase content filtering options
# Smart is where the multiple spaces and HTML are removed before phrase filtering
# Raw is where the raw HTML including meta tags are phrase filtered
# Meta/Title is where only meta and title tags are phrase filtered (v. quick)
# CPU usage can be effectively halved by using setting 0 or 1 compared to 2
# 0 = raw only
# 1 = smart only
# 2 = both of the above (default)
# 3 = meta/title
phrasefiltermode = 2

# Lower casing options
# When a document is scanned the uppercase letters are converted to lower case
# in order to compare them with the phrases. However this can break Big5 and
# other 16-bit texts. If needed preserve the case. As of version 2.7.0 accented
# characters are supported.
# 0 = force lower case (default)
# 1 = do not change case
# 2 = scan first in lower case, then in original case
preservecase = 0

# Note:
# If phrasefiltermode and preserve case are both 2, this equates to 4 phrase
# filtering passes. If you have a large enough userbase for this to be a
# worry, and need to filter pages in exotic character encodings, it may be
# better to run two instances on separate servers: one with preservecase 1
# (and possibly forcequicksearch 1) and non ASCII/UTF-8 phrase lists, and one
# with preservecase 0 and ASCII/UTF-8 lists.

# Hex decoding options
# When a document is scanned it can optionally convert %XX to chars.
# If you find documents are getting past the phrase filtering due to encoding
# then enable. However this can break Big5 and other 16-bit texts.
# off = disabled (default)
# on = enabled
hexdecodecontent = off

# Force Quick Search rather than DFA search algorithm
# The current DFA implementation is not totally 16-bit character compatible
# but is used by default as it handles large phrase lists much faster.
# If you wish to use a large number of 16-bit character phrases then
# enable this option.
# off (default) | on (Big5 compatible)
forcequicksearch = off

# Reverse lookups for banned site and URLs.
# If set to on, DansGuardian will look up the forward DNS for an IP URL
# address and search for both in the banned site and URL lists. This would
# prevent a user from simply entering the IP for a banned address.
# It will reduce searching speed somewhat so unless you have a local caching
# DNS server, leave it off and use the Blanket IP Block option in the
# bannedsitelist file instead.
reverseaddresslookups = off

# Reverse lookups for banned and exception IP lists.
# If set to on, DansGuardian will look up the forward DNS for the IP
# of the connecting computer. This means you can put in hostnames in
# the exceptioniplist and bannediplist.
# If a client computer is matched against an IP given in the lists, then the
# IP will be recorded in any log entries; if forward DNS is successful and a
# match occurs against a hostname, the hostname will be logged instead.
# It will reduce searching speed somewhat so unless you have a local DNS server,
# leave it off.
reverseclientiplookups = off

# Perform reverse lookups on client IPs for successful requests.
# If set to on, DansGuardian will look up the forward DNS for the IP
# of the connecting computer, and log host names (where available) rather than
# IPs against requests.
# This is not dependent on reverseclientiplookups being enabled; however, if it
# is, enabling this option does not incur any additional forward DNS requests.
logclienthostnames = off

# Build bannedsitelist and bannedurllist cache files.
# This will compare the date stamp of the list file with the date stamp of
# the cache file and will recreate as needed.
# If a bsl or bul .processed file exists, then that will be used instead.
# It will increase process start speed by 300%. On slow computers this will
# be significant. Fast computers do not need this option. on | off
createlistcachefiles = on

# POST protection (web upload and forms)
# does not block forms without any file upload, i.e. this is just for
# blocking or limiting uploads
# measured in kibibytes after MIME encoding and header bumph
# use 0 for a complete block
# use higher (e.g. 512 = 512Kbytes) for limiting
# use -1 for no blocking
#maxuploadsize = 512
#maxuploadsize = 0
maxuploadsize = -1

# Max content filter size
# Sometimes web servers label binary files as text which can be very
# large which causes a huge drain on memory and cpu resources.
# To counter this, you can limit the size of the document to be
# filtered and get it to just pass it straight through.
# This setting also applies to content regular expression modification.
# The value must not be higher than maxcontentramcachescansize
# The size is in Kibibytes - eg 2048 = 2Mb
# use 0 to set it to maxcontentramcachescansize
maxcontentfiltersize = 256

# Max content ram cache scan size
# This is only used if you use a content scanner plugin such as AV
# This is the max size of file that DG will download and cache
# in RAM. After this limit is reached it will cache to disk
# This value must be less than or equal to maxcontentfilecachescansize.
# The size is in Kibibytes - eg 10240 = 10Mb
# use 0 to set it to maxcontentfilecachescansize
# This option may be ignored by the configured download manager.
maxcontentramcachescansize = 2000

# Max content file cache scan size
# This is only used if you use a content scanner plugin such as AV
# This is the max size file that DG will download
# so that it can be scanned or virus checked.
# This value must be greater or equal to maxcontentramcachescansize.
# The size is in Kibibytes - eg 10240 = 10Mb
maxcontentfilecachescansize = 20000

# File cache dir
# Where DG will download files to be scanned if too large for the
# RAM cache.
filecachedir = '/tmp'

# Delete file cache after user completes download
# When a file gets save to temp it stays there until it is deleted.
# You can choose to have the file deleted when the user makes a sucessful
# download. This will mean if they click on the link to download from
# the temp store a second time it will give a 404 error.
# You should configure something to delete old files in temp to stop it filling up.
# on|off (defaults to on)
deletedownloadedtempfiles = on

# Initial Trickle delay
# This is the number of seconds a browser connection is left waiting
# before first being sent *something* to keep it alive. The
# *something* depends on the download manager chosen.
# Do not choose a value too low or normal web pages will be affected.
# A value between 20 and 110 would be sensible
# This may be ignored by the configured download manager.
initialtrickledelay = 20

# Trickle delay
# This is the number of seconds a browser connection is left waiting
# before being sent more *something* to keep it alive. The
# *something* depends on the download manager chosen.
# This may be ignored by the configured download manager.
trickledelay = 10

# Download Managers
# These handle downloads of files to be filtered and scanned.
# They differ in the method they deal with large downloads.
# Files usually need to be downloaded 100% before they can be
# filtered and scanned before being sent on to the browser.
# Normally the browser can just wait, but with content scanning,
# for example to AV, the browser may timeout or the user may get
# confused so the download manager has to do some sort of
# 'keep alive'.
# There are various methods possible but not all are included.
# The author does not have the time to write them all so I have
# included a plugin systam. Also, not all methods work with all
# browsers and clients. Specifically some fancy methods don't
# work with software that downloads updates. To solve this,
# each plugin can support a regular expression for matching
# the client's user-agent string, and lists of the mime types
# and extensions it should manage.
# Note that these are the matching methods provided by the base plugin
# code, and individual plugins may override or add to them.
# See the individual plugin conf files for supported options.
# The plugins are matched in the order you specify and the last
# one is forced to match as the default, regardless of user agent
# and other matching mechanisms.
downloadmanager = '/etc/dansguardian/downloadmanagers/fancy.conf'
#downloadmanager = '/etc/dansguardian/downloadmanagers/trickle.conf'
downloadmanager = '/etc/dansguardian/downloadmanagers/default.conf'

# Content Scanners (Also known as AV scanners)
# These are plugins that scan the content of all files your browser fetches
# for example to AV scan. The options are limitless. Eventually all of
# DansGuardian will be plugin based. You can have more than one content
# scanner. The plugins are run in the order you specify.
# This is one of the few places you can have multiple options of the same name.
# Some of the scanner(s) require 3rd party software and libraries eg clamav.
# See the individual plugin conf file for more options (if any).
#!! Not compiled !! contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/clamav.conf'
#!! Not compiled !! contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/clamdscan.conf'
#!! Unimplemented !! contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/kavav.conf'
#contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/kavdscan.conf'
#contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/icapscan.conf'
#contentscanner = '/etc/dansguardian/contentscanners/commandlinescan.conf'

# Content scanner timeout
# Some of the content scanners support using a timeout value to stop
# processing (eg AV scanning) the file if it takes too long.
# If supported this will be used.
# The default of 60 seconds is probably reasonable.
contentscannertimeout = 60

# Content scan exceptions
# If 'on' exception sites, urls, users etc will be scanned
# This is probably not desirable behavour as exceptions are
# supposed to be trusted and will increase load.
# Correct use of grey lists are a better idea.
# (on|off) default = off
contentscanexceptions = off

# Auth plugins
# These replace the usernameidmethod* options in previous versions. They
# handle the extraction of client usernames from various sources, such as
# Proxy-Authorisation headers and ident servers, enabling requests to be
# handled according to the settings of the user's filter group.
# Multiple plugins can be specified, and will be queried in order until one
# of them either finds a username or throws an error. For example, if Squid
# is configured with both NTLM and Basic auth enabled, and both the 'proxy-basic'
# and 'proxy-ntlm' auth plugins are enabled here, then clients which do not support
# NTLM can fall back to Basic without sacrificing access rights.
# If you do not use multiple filter groups, you need not specify this option.
#authplugin = '/etc/dansguardian/authplugins/proxy-basic.conf'
#authplugin = '/etc/dansguardian/authplugins/proxy-digest.conf'
#authplugin = '/etc/dansguardian/authplugins/proxy-ntlm.conf'
#authplugin = '/etc/dansguardian/authplugins/ident.conf'
#authplugin = '/etc/dansguardian/authplugins/ip.conf'

# Re-check replaced URLs
# As a matter of course, URLs undergo regular expression search/replace (urlregexplist)
# *after* checking the exception site/URL/regexpURL lists, but *before* checking against
# the banned site/URL lists, allowing certain requests that would be matched against the
# latter in their original state to effectively be converted into grey requests.
# With this option enabled, the exception site/URL/regexpURL lists are also re-checked
# after replacement, making it possible for URL replacement to trigger exceptions based
# on them.
# Defaults to off.
recheckreplacedurls = off

# Misc settings

# if on it adds an X-Forwarded-For: to the HTTP request
# header. This may help solve some problem sites that need to know the
# source ip. on | off
forwardedfor = off

# if on it uses the X-Forwarded-For: to determine the client
# IP. This is for when you have squid between the clients and DansGuardian.
# Warning - headers are easily spoofed. on | off
usexforwardedfor = off

# if on it logs some debug info regarding fork()ing and accept()ing which
# can usually be ignored. These are logged by syslog. It is safe to leave
# it on or off
logconnectionhandlingerrors = on

# Fork pool options

# If on, this causes DG to write to the log file whenever child processes are
# created or destroyed (other than by crashes). This information can help in
# understanding and tuning the following parameters, but is not generally
# useful in production.
logchildprocesshandling = off

# sets the maximum number of processes to spawn to handle the incoming
# connections. Max value usually 250 depending on OS.
# On large sites you might want to try 180.
maxchildren = 120

# sets the minimum number of processes to spawn to handle the incoming connections.
# On large sites you might want to try 32.
minchildren = 8

# sets the minimum number of processes to be kept ready to handle connections.
# On large sites you might want to try 8.
minsparechildren = 4

# sets the minimum number of processes to spawn when it runs out
# On large sites you might want to try 10.
preforkchildren = 6

# sets the maximum number of processes to have doing nothing.
# When this many are spare it will cull some of them.
# On large sites you might want to try 64.
maxsparechildren = 32

# sets the maximum age of a child process before it croaks it.
# This is the number of connections they handle before exiting.
# On large sites you might want to try 10000.
maxagechildren = 500

# Sets the maximum number client IP addresses allowed to connect at once.
# Use this to set a hard limit on the number of users allowed to concurrently
# browse the web. Set to 0 for no limit, and to disable the IP cache process.
maxips = 0

# Process options
# (Change these only if you really know what you are doing).
# These options allow you to run multiple instances of DansGuardian on a single machine.
# Remember to edit the log file path above also if that is your intention.

# IPC filename
# Defines IPC server directory and filename used to communicate with the log process.
ipcfilename = '/tmp/.dguardianipc'

# URL list IPC filename
# Defines URL list IPC server directory and filename used to communicate with the URL
# cache process.
urlipcfilename = '/tmp/.dguardianurlipc'

# IP list IPC filename
# Defines IP list IPC server directory and filename, for communicating with the client
# IP cache process.
ipipcfilename = '/tmp/.dguardianipipc'

# PID filename
# Defines process id directory and filename.
#pidfilename = '/var/run/dansguardian.pid'

# Disable daemoning
# If enabled the process will not fork into the background.
# It is not usually advantageous to do this.
# on|off (defaults to off)
nodaemon = off

# Disable logging process
# on|off (defaults to off)
nologger = off

# Enable logging of "ADs" category blocks
# on|off (defaults to off)
logadblocks = off

# Enable logging of client User-Agent
# Some browsers will cause a *lot* of extra information on each line!
# on|off (defaults to off)
loguseragent = off

# Daemon runas user and group
# This is the user that DansGuardian runs as. Normally the user/group nobody.
# Uncomment to use. Defaults to the user set at compile time.
# Temp files created during virus scanning are given owner and group read
# permissions; to use content scanners based on external processes, such as
# clamdscan, the two processes must run with either the same group or user ID.
#daemonuser = 'dansguardian'
#daemongroup = 'dansguardian'

# Soft restart
# When on this disables the forced killing off all processes in the process group.
# This is not to be confused with the -g run time option - they are not related.
# on|off (defaults to off)
softrestart = off

# Mail program
# Path (sendmail-compatible) email program, with options.
# Not used if usesmtp is disabled (filtergroup specific).
mailer = '/usr/sbin/sendmail -t'

como habìa comentado cuando

como habìa comentado cuando esta puerto el pto. 8080 en el navegador, funciona en dansg.. y en var/log/dansguardian/access.log se visualiza que efectivamente se deniegan las paginas prohibidas, pero si lo pongo al pto. 3128 donde realmente està configurado el squid navega normalmente sin restricciones no se registra nada en el log...

Gracias por tu atenciòn

Jejeje ...

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Jejeje ...

Leíste el manual de dansguardian ...??? si no es así ... RTFM ...!!!

Si lo leíste y se te pasó ... tienes que poner el puerto del dansguardian en los browsers o en la redirección de tu iptables y mejor si haces que squid escuche solo en el localhost ...

Te preguntarás por qué ...??? esto es porque dansguardian recibe la petición, hace su magia (el filtrado ...) y solo si ha pasado las reglas de filtrado trae las páginas usando squid claro que se aplicarán los filtros de squid también ... aunque no está recomendado que pongas filtros en squid también para que mantengas un solo esquema de filtrado aunque nada impide que lo hagas ;)


La sección que dice: Configuracion de Squid ...


ya entendi lodel RTFM (tuve

ya entendi lodel RTFM (tuve que buscarlo en google je, je) , disculpa esuqe soy neófito en linux. Es decir que en mi servidor filtra correctamente el DG, mi problema es con los clientes de la Lan, ellos están pasando por sobre el DG, pero para eso ya tengo modificado mi iptables, donde supuestamente estoy redireccionando el trafico de la Lan del puerto 80 y 3128 al 8080, pero esto no está ocurriendo,
-A PREROUTING -s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 8080
-A PREROUTING -s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3128 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 8080


Leíste el link que te pasé en

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Leíste el link que te pasé en la respuesta anterior ...???

No se si la redirección del tráfico hacia el puerto 3128 sea buena idea, no se si esto creará un loop al momento de dansguardian tratar de conectarse al squid ...

En el link que te pasé recomendaban que squid escuche solo en localhost o que a través de sus ACLs permitas solamente las conexiones originadas en localhost, con eso no te preocupas de que tus usuarios se conecten directo al squid y burlen las reglas de dans.

El proxy transparente ya te funcionaba con squid antes de dans ...???

Si las conexiones son https esas usan otro puerto y no es fácil hacer proxy transparente de conexiones HTTPS por los certificados, etc, etc ... ya se ha hablado del tema en el foro, también se ha hablado de como bloquear facebook por ejemplo cuando usan conexiones HTTPS ...

Hay dos opciones, supongo que estarás haciendo NAT o MASCARADE y por eso los clientes pueden conectarse a cualquier servicio que pueda usarse a través de conexiones nateadas o enmascaradas, si quieres mantener este esquema, tienes que aplicar las restricciones en las reglas del firewall, busca en el foro sobre como bloquear facebook con https y tendrás las respuestas ...

La otra opción es, quitar el NAT, de esta manera los usuarios tendrán que usar el proxy (dans) obligados para la navegación y deberán obedecer las reglas de filtrado, claro que van a surgir necesidades de uso de otras aplicaciones y puedes ir habilitando el NAT para los puertos específicos que dichas aplicaciones requieran, así tienes mucho más control del uso que los usuarios hacen del internet ;)


Gracias por tu ayuda, ya me

Gracias por tu ayuda, ya me funcionó, estaba configurando mal la parte de los puertos ya me di cuenta. Tengo otra consulta, esta es mi nueva configuracion del iptables:

-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -s --dport 10000 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp -s --dport 8080 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p icmp -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state -m tcp --dport 22 --state NEW -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
-A FORWARD -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
# Completed on Fri Nov 1 08:09:57 2013
# Generated by iptables-save v1.4.7 on Fri Nov 1 08:09:57 2013
:PREROUTING ACCEPT [33643:3796400]
:OUTPUT ACCEPT [640:38735]
-A PREROUTING -i eth1 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination
-A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 8080
# Completed on Fri Nov 1 08:09:57 2013
# Generated by webmin
# Completed
para facilitarme las cosas estoy utilizando webmin con su modulo del cotafuegos, se genera automaticamente unas reglas sobre MANGLE, no tengo muy claro para que son, o si yo devo utilizarlas. Por favor me puedes indicar algo al respecto y que te parece como se ve firewall, especialmente sobre ese tal MANGLE que hago con el....




gracias por tu ayuda, instalé sarg para los reportes, me funciona muy bien en el servidor mismo, pero no puedo acceder desde otra maquina de la red, en vim /etc/httpd/conf.d/sarg.conf tego lo siguiente:

DirectoryIndex index.html
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from
rectory /var/www/sarg>
DirectoryIndex index.html
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from
allow from
AuthName "Solo usuarios autorizados."
AuthType Basic
require valid-user
AuthUserFile /var/www/claves-sarg

pero no puede ingresar, y en los log del squid o dansguardian ni siquiera se registra el evento

Que mensaje obtienes ...???

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Que mensaje obtienes ...???
Es posible que la redirección no te deje ver páginas en el mismo servidor, si es el caso, modifica la regla para que la redirección se haga solo cuando el destino esté fuera de tu red ;)