TinyProxy Web Proxy
TinyProxy is a light and very fast proxy. It doesn’t do cache as Squid, but consumes only 2MB of memory: perfect for small local networks.
yum install tinyproxy
Edit the file /etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf:
nano -w /etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf
Do not forget that after changing the configuration, you have to restart the proxy:
Add the line:
(so that the proxy will be listening on this port).
For security measures, the proxy will be listening on the IP address of the internal network.
You can specify this with this line:
You can authorise specific IP addresses or specific networks to use the proxy by adding allow to the lines. For example to authorise your local network:
The file /var/log/tinyproxy.log contains the details of all proxy access.
It is very verbose and will fill the disk. You can change this:
Replace the line: