Redirect squid default error messages
Squid is a proxy server which has a wide variety of uses (one of them is to speed up the server).It is basically used for HTTP and FTP and it has a limited support for some other protocols like TLS, HTTPS etc.
Squid can run on different operating systems like:
In this tutorial we will discuss “Redirect URL in Squid Proxy Server OR Redirect squid default error/defect messages”. It is a uncomplicated logic; fundamentally it is working on declining ACL. Squid proxy server declines the access to a enumerated Website and redirects them to a pre-defined URL as a squid error message. To redirect squid default error messages:
Now we edit the default Squid configuration. Now save and exit. Reload Squid Server with new configuration.
As a result when a proxy client access to “yahoo.com”, the Squid server will deny the access and redirect to howtoistart.com as an error message. Now you are done with redirection of squid default error messages.