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  • A.Kannan
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello Sir,

I have using 6 Machines.
Redhat Linux 9.0 – 1 Machine (180.100.100.10/255.255.0.0)
Windows 2000 Professional – 5 Machines (180.100.100.10 – 14 /255.255.0.0)

In Linux Machine Modem (ISDN Connection) and Squid Proxy was configured and working properly.
The 5 Machines are browsing using Linux Machine Squid Proxy.

My question is

I want to increase the internet browsing speed in a particular machine.
For example machine 3 (180.100.100.12/255.255.0.0) Internet speed is faster than Machine 4 (180.100.100.13/255.255.0.0).

Whether if this features or settings are available in squid proxy?

Or How to increase internet speed in a particular machine? Any Idea.

Another one question is

I want to see what websites are browsing in a particular machine?

Whether if this features or settings are available in squid proxy?

Or How to see in Linux server? Any Idea.

Please reply.

Thank You
A.Kannan
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Post 3+ Months Ago

that may have to be checked from the router/modem/hub or whatever you have thru the proxy and for the monitoring, go get a monitoring sofftware, such as activity monitor, Im not sure if theres a version for linux, but you can always check under repositories... goodluck!
  • cd-mchase
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You can setup squid to cache the majority of the sites you visit and then use that as a proxy. It's not really "increasing" the speed per se but it will seem a bit faster.

Also yes, squid can keep logs if you'd like it to. Check the .conf file.

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