Squid on pfSense 2.3

By stovesy
After upgrading to pfSense 2.3 it was evident that squid just wasn’t working. It’s now working fine after…. Stopping the service. Clearing the squid folder under /var/squid. And then… Setting authentication to local – which didn’t work when the correct username and passwords were entered. And then setting auth back to none – Bingo, we ...

Using vHosts on pfSense

Using vHosts on pfSense
By stovesy
My way of using vHhosts on pfSense involves Squid reverse proxy, DNS and vHosts. Make sure you’ve got the Squid3 and vHosts packages installed. First, the pfSense web gui should be on a port other than 80 or 443. This should be done as a matter of course anyway (use https on port 8443 maybe). ...