> > Is it possible to configure a httpd proxy so that when a local
> > workstation browser requests a page from the internet the
> > request is redirected to a httpd proxy server on a local host which
> > in turn forwards the request to a httpd proxy server on a remote
> > host which then "connects" to the internet web server which
> > the workstation originally requested? (Whew!) What tools (FWTK...) would
> > be necessary?
Well, you could use a caching httpd (such as CERN's), too, if it is just to
disguise the user on a particular host behind the firewall. But, proxy to
a proxy will probably require some hacking on your part. I don't think that
there's anything out-of-the-box type of stuff out there.
> trying to get to www.playboy.com from behind a firewall huh?
What, is this about moral issues or firewalls?
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