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From "Eric J. Hansen" <ehan...@worldmachine.com>
Subject RE: Authentication on forward proxy
Date Mon, 12 Jul 2004 14:00:39 GMT
A alternative solution for you might be a SOCKS proxy server (do a web
search on "socks proxy"). The only hitch is that your clients' browsers
must be configured to use the SOCKS protocol (either manually or automatic

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carretti Enrico [mailto:carretti.enrico.26608@unimo.it] 
> Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 8:31 AM
> To: modproxy-dev@apache.org
> Subject: Authentication on forward proxy
> Hi all,  
> this is my problem: I want to use Apache as a forward proxy 
> to let the clients 
> of my lan to request external webn pages and I want that 
> these clients 
> authenticate to the proxy. When I used apache as a "normal" 
> web server I used 
> to protect some directories using the <Directory> ... 
> </Directory> directive; 
> in particular I used a third-part module (mod_auth_kerb) to 
> perform auht 
> against Kerberos. My question is if it's possible to request 
> auth every time 
> that a client request a connection to the proxy. Thanks in advance 
> Enrico 
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