Allows ip address specification.
This is an option for use with SSL acceleration - it determines where squid listens for SSL requests.
This is used to handle some bugs in browsers that don't fully support SSL.
This has been removed - use the http_port line to specify ip address's.
login= has been extended to allow pass through authentication, fixed password authentication and maximum connection limits.
Directs squid to read in a set of name-address associations upon startup and reconfiguration.
Removed. See auth_param.
This replaces the authenticate_program directive. It allows configuration of multiple authentication helpers, one for each of the supported authentication schemes. Such schemes include "NTLM", "Digest (from RFC 2617)", and "Basic".
This directive sets the garbage collection interval for the authentication cache.
This directive configures the new external ACL Helper interface. VERY useful for authenticating by group membership - i.e. from an LDAP server or NT domain.
The default for this is now 0 - unlimited.
Now multiple size limits are allowed based on ACL lists.
The default is now blank - users must uncomment the suggested default to use it. This allows the use of a blank refresh pattern if desired.
Raised the default to 5 minutes.
New directive - how long to wait after a reply is completed before closing the connection.
New acl types
Limit HTTP replies based on ACL's. This is complementary to http_access.
These three directives allow marking of outbound connections at the IP level - i.e. for choosing routes based on the usercode.
Allows mapping of requests onto specific outbound IP address's.
Removed. See header_access.
Allow granular filtering of HTTP headers.
Replace specific headers with custom values.
Now defaults to off for bandwidth management and access logging reasons.
Enables a workaround for web servers that immediately expire Varied objects because they think squid is unable to handle Vary:.
Give the OS a small amount of time to accomodate the fork+exec used to launch helpers - if squid has a lot of virtual memory allocated the OS may run out of virtual memory during helper spawning otherwise.
This has been removed - starting with Squid-2.4 this directive have had no effect and has now been fully removed to avoid confusion.
This has been removed - it is not referenced anywhere in the source code.
There is a few limitations to this version of Squid that we hope to correct in a later release
deny_info only works for http_access, not for the acls listen in http_reply_access
The proxy authentication acl types only works in http_access and partially in delay_access, not the other acl driven directives (tcp_outoing_address, redirect_access, cache_peer_access, ...)