squidGuard %i and %n problem
David S. Jackson
dsj at sylvester.dsj.net
Mon Dec 23 08:09:25 PST 2002
The manual of the squidGuard forwarder/redirector says:
squidGuard can do runtime string substitutions in the redirectors.
Therefor the character "%" has special meaning in the redirector
%a is replaced with IP address of the client.
%n is replaced with the domainname of the client or "unknown" if
%i is replaced with the user ID (RFC931) or "unknown" if not
However, when I call a cgi with this redirector command in
what actually gets to the cgi on the above IP number is:
192.168.0.110 - - [23/Dec/2002:10:33:42 -0500] "GET
/cgi-bin/squidGuard.cgi?clientaddr=192.168.0.101&clientname=&clientuser=&clientgroup=net-clients&targetgroup=adult&url=http://www.playboy.com/ HTTP/1.0" 403 2469
Does this %i and %n info never make it to squidGuard because squid
removes it? Is there a squid configuration option I should reset? For
my testing purposes there are no other proxies chained together.
Otherwise, any input would be welcome.
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