felipecruxen at turboseg.com.br felipecruxen at turboseg.com.br
Mon Jun 9 14:20:22 CEST 2008

Everything working now, squid is caching the test clients and the original
IP is passing through. BUT, my squid cache.log file is showing me those

IPInterception.cc(136) NetfilterInterception:  NF
getsockopt(SO_ORIGINAL_DST) failed: (11) Resource temporarily

Every connection request generates one of these lines.

What's wrong?

Thanks in advance.


That just did the trick, no more warnings, I'll start testing now. Thanks
a lot, man.

> Hi,


> felipecruxen at turboseg.com.br wrote:

>> Hi, hi, hi little droogies


>> I've patched a 2.6.24 kernel with tproxy-kernel-2.6.24-20080602

>> -165651-1212418611.tar.bz2 and downloaded squid 3.1, wich
includes the

>> tproxy4 patch. Using Slackware 12 here.


>> Just installed everything, but, when I start squid this message

>> up:


>>  WARNING: comm_open: setsockopt(IP_TRANSPARENT) not supported on

>> platform



> It seems that you didn't enable linux-netfilter option for

> (--enable-linux-netfilter). If you did, what parameters did you



>> What does that mean? Something went wrong? This squid
installation is

>> still usable? Can I ignore this and move forward patching
iptables and

>> implementing tproxy4?


>> Thanks in advance,

>> Felipe Cruxen Godinho



> --

> Panther


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