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CONFIGURE & INSTALL: Transparent Proxy with Squid 3.3.11 + Ubuntu

MAAS provides a way for its managed machines to use a proxy server when they need to access HTTP/HTTPS-based resources, such as the Ubuntu package archive.

There are three possible options:

  • internal proxy (default)
  • external proxy
  • no proxy

Configuring proxying with MAAS consists of enabling/disabling one of the above three options and enabling/disabling proxying on a specific subnet.

Internal proxy (MAAS proxy) for how to configure proxying with the CLI. Note that per-subnet proxy configuration can only be accomplished via the CLI.

In the web UI, visit the 'Settings' page, select the 'General' tab and scroll down to the 'Network Configuration' section. Any changes made are applied by pressing the 'Save' button.

To enable the internal proxy, ensure that the checkbox (for 'Enable the use of an APT and HTTP/HTTPS proxy') is checked. This is the default configuration.

To enable an external proxy, in addition to ensuring that the checkbox is checked, define the proxy's URL (and port if necessary) in the field 'Proxy for APT and HTTP/HTTPS'.

Source: docs.ubuntu.com


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