> I am looking for a solution to add a squid (on a external
> machine) and force local users to use proxy.
> Idealy a transparent proxy solution is what I want to do...
Your best bet is probably the info on Squid's website - there's some good
stuff about setting up transparent proxies on there. (www.squid-cache.org)
I personally don't bother with transparent proxying - but I do have a squid
box running on the LAN. It's an ideal way of applying different traffic
shaping rules to HTTP traffic. All web *browsing* goes via the Squid proxy,
but all HTTP/FTP downloads go direct (easy enough to do if you're using a
download manager like Getright - just don't define proxy settings in the
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