On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 6:43 PM, Amos Jeffries <squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 03.04.2012 02:21, Carlos Manuel Trepeu Pupo wrote: >> >> Thanks a looooooottttt !! That's what I'm missing, everything work >> fine now. So this script can use it cause it's already works. >> >> Now, I need to know if there is any way to consult the active request >> in squid that work faster that squidclient !!!! >> > > ACL types are pretty easy to add to the Squid code. I'm happy to throw an > ACL patch your way for a few $$. > > Which comes back to me earlier still unanswered question about why you want > to do this very, very strange thing? > > Amos > OK !! Here the complicate and strange explanation: Where I work we have 128 Kbps for the use of almost 80 PCs, a few of them use download accelerators and saturate the channel. I began to use the ACL maxconn but I have still a few problems. 60 of the clients are under an ISA server that I don't administrate, so I can't limit the maxconn to them like the others. Now with this ACL, everyone can download but with only one connection. that's the strange main idea.
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