Proxy Server Configuration

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Proxy Server Configuration

Postby trustee » 2018/01/12 15:02:40

Hello I want to create a proxy server. But I want all of the clients that gonna use my proxy server to be identified in the host webpages that they gonna look with the same device identifier. Which proxy server better to use and how this functionality called. Thank you for any suggestions!

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Re: Proxy Server Configuration

Postby avij » 2018/01/12 15:15:49

Squid is a good proxy server, but I don't really understand the identification requirement you have. Could you please clarify that?

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Re: Proxy Server Configuration

Postby trustee » 2018/01/12 22:25:50

trustee wrote:Hello I want to create a proxy server. But I want all of the clients that gonna use my proxy server to be identified in the host webpages that they gonna look with the same device identifier. Which proxy server better to use and how this functionality called. Thank you for any suggestions!

Thank you very much for the suggestion.
About clarification: for example when you are visiting some pages somehow they know the device from which you are logging in. So I want the same IP address and the same device identifier for every user who gonna use my proxy server. I think this field called User agent...

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Re: Proxy Server Configuration

Postby avij » 2018/01/12 23:05:19

Code: Select all

request_header_access User-Agent deny all
request_header_replace User-Agent Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; Trident/5.0)

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Re: Proxy Server Configuration

Postby Whoever » 2018/01/13 03:13:59

Note that the proxy server won't do anything except make the connection for https pages, which make up a large proportion of the web these days.