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adding a linux box to a windows network

Im trying (legitimately) to add a gentoo linux server box to the windows NW
at work. IT are happy for me to do it as long as it doesnt involve them in
any more work .(they re overworked++++ Im sympathetic).

I wall connection to the NW & 2 boxes on my desk

Ive got this far 


currently

linux box uses ntlmaps to authenticate at the MS poxy server and I can
connect to the gentoo servers (for installs etc ) via the local proxy
ie local request->127.0.0.1:5865 -> eth0->MSproxy->www

linux box gives out IP address on eth1 to windows box and I can ping back
and forth and ssh to it.

next step is to get the windows box to connect to the rest of the world via
the linux server and MS proxy.

I was initially going to use shorewall (what im familiar with) to forward
incoming eth1 TCP traffic to eth0 , but im not sure about how I negotiate
the MS proxy.

Do i have to go

winbox->eth1 on server -> NTLM proxy(127.0.0.1:5865)->eth1 ->MSproxy->www

is this easier with squid? anyone know how to configure squid?
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its easy to configure squid. 1st thing to decide whether you want a
"transparent" proxy or an "authentication" enabled one ?
in both the cases you can use squid.

The configuration file squid.conf is well document.

you will need a squid user and another squid group.

squid -z to create the cache directories.

"server squid start" to start the squid. By default it will run on port
3128.

If you want it to be a transparent proxy use Iptables as

"iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i <internal interface> -p tcp --dport
80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 3128"

or otherwise you can use "ncsa_auth" as given the squid.conf.

For creating users you can use htpasswd"


p cooper wrote:
> Im trying (legitimately) to add a gentoo linux server box to the
windows NW
> at work. IT are happy for me to do it as long as it doesnt involve
them in
> any more work .(they re overworked++++ Im sympathetic).
>
> I wall connection to the NW & 2 boxes on my desk
>
> Ive got this far
>
>
> currently
>
> linux box uses ntlmaps to authenticate at the MS poxy server and I
can
> connect to the gentoo servers (for installs etc ) via the local proxy
> ie local request->127.0.0.1:5865 -> eth0->MSproxy->www
>
> linux box gives out IP address on eth1 to windows box and I can ping
back
> and forth and ssh to it.
>
> next step is to get the windows box to connect to the rest of the
world via
> the linux server and MS proxy.
>
> I was initially going to use shorewall (what im familiar with) to
forward
> incoming eth1 TCP traffic to eth0 , but im not sure about how I
negotiate
> the MS proxy.
>
> Do i have to go
>
> winbox->eth1 on server -> NTLM proxy(127.0.0.1:5865)->eth1
->MSproxy->www
> 
> is this easier with squid? anyone know how to configure squid?

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1/28/2005 9:27:15 AM
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