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In Example one, we don't need to do any changing in Mikrotik settings, just configure your Proxy-Server complete and give proper internet to Mikrotik, no need to turn-on Mikrotik Web-Proxy in Example 1, If you want to Turn-On Mikrotik Web-Proxy, You can but no need
 
In Example one, we don't need to do any changing in Mikrotik settings, just configure your Proxy-Server complete and give proper internet to Mikrotik, no need to turn-on Mikrotik Web-Proxy in Example 1, If you want to Turn-On Mikrotik Web-Proxy, You can but no need
  
If you want turn on wen-proxy, you can and also you need to use proxy port example(3128) or redirect port in firewall fo tranceparent proxy
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If you want turn on web-proxy you can, and allso you need to use proxy port example(3128) or need to redirect proxy-port in firewall fo tranceparent-proxy
  
 
Justt add in /ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat action=redirect to-ports=3128 protocol=tcp dst-port=80
 
Justt add in /ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat action=redirect to-ports=3128 protocol=tcp dst-port=80

Revision as of 12:17, 23 May 2009

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Notice, We just Explain here how to use proxy-cache-server internal or external, we are not discussing here which server is good for cache or which is not good. Also we just Explain here Mikrotik Configuration not any other proxy server (Unix, Linux, ISA or any Others)


Example 1

Sample 1.jpg

Configuration:

In Example one, we don't need to do any changing in Mikrotik settings, just configure your Proxy-Server complete and give proper internet to Mikrotik, no need to turn-on Mikrotik Web-Proxy in Example 1, If you want to Turn-On Mikrotik Web-Proxy, You can but no need

If you want turn on web-proxy you can, and allso you need to use proxy port example(3128) or need to redirect proxy-port in firewall fo tranceparent-proxy

Justt add in /ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat action=redirect to-ports=3128 protocol=tcp dst-port=80


Example 2

Just http (port 80) traffic through to Proxy-Server, Other All traffic go Direct to Modem not through Proxy-Server

Sample 2 A.jpg

Sample 2 B.jpg

Configuration:

1st) Network IP Address Details

Client's Network (IP Range 192.168.0.0/24 Gateway-IP 192.168.0.1)

Mikrotik Network 3 Interface (eth1 for clients = 192.168.0.1) (eth2 for Modem = 192.168.10.2) (eth3 for Proxy-Server = 192.168.5.2)

Modem Network, IP-Address 192.168.10.1

Proxy-Server Network 2 Interface (eth1 for Mikrotik = 192.168.5.1) (eth2 for Modem (for direct internet) = 192.168.10.3)

2nd) Mikrotik Configuration

1)Firewall, /ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat dst-address=192.168.0.1 protocol=tcp dst-port=80 action=dst-nat to-addresses=192.168.5.1 to-ports=80

2)Web-Proxy, you can turn on Web-Proxy, and use Web-Proxy/Setings/Parant-Proxy(192.168.5.1 port-80)

but you need to use just one rool (Firewall Web-Proxy) do not use both of it


Example 3

Just http (port 80) traffic through to Proxy-Server, Other All traffic go Direct to Modem not through Proxy-Server, but Linux also client of Mikrotik, not connected directly to modem or not any direct internet source

Sample 3.jpg

Configuration:

1st) Network IP Address Details

Client's Network (IP Range 192.168.0.0/24 Gateway-IP 192.168.0.1)

Mikrotik, 4 Interface, Interface IP-Address (eth1 for clients = 192.168.0.1) (eth2 for Modem = 192.168.10.2) (eth3 for http traffic to Proxy-Server = 192.168.5.2) (eth4 for give internet to Proxy-Server = 192.168.6.1)

Modem Network, IP-Address 192.168.10.1

Proxy-Server Network, 2 Interface, Interface IP-Address (eth1 for Mikrotik = 192.168.5.1) (eth2 for Internet Bring IN = 192.168.6.2)

2nd) Mikrotik Configuration

1)Firewall, /ip firewall nat add chain=dstnat dst-address=192.168.0.1 protocol=tcp dst-port=80 action=dst-nat to-addresses=192.168.5.1 to-ports=80

2)Web-Proxy, you can turn on Web-Proxy, and use Web-Proxy/Setings/Parant-Proxy(192.168.5.1 port-80)

but you need to use just one rool (Firewall Web-Proxy) do not use both of it




Example 4

This Example same like Example-2, Just Added one Core-Router With Load-Balancer, Client-Gateway Router sent http (port 80) traffic through Proxy-Server, Other All traffic go Direct to Core-Router not through Proxy-Server

Sample 4.jpg

Configuration:

1st) Network IP Address Details

Client's Network (IP Range 192.168.0.0/24 Gateway-IP 192.168.0.1)

Mikrotik Network 3 Interface (eth1 for clients = 192.168.0.1) (eth2 for Core-Router = 192.168.10.2) (eth3 for http traffic to Proxy-Server = 192.168.5.2)

Core-Router, IP-Address (eth4 for Proxy-Server = 192.168.9.1) (eth5 for Mikrotik = 192.168.10.1) (eth1, eth2, eth3, for Modem's)

Proxy-Server Network 2 Interface (eth1 for Mikrotik = 192.168.5.1) (eth2 for Core-Router (for direct internet) = 192.168.9.2)

2nd) Mikrotik Configuration



Example 5

One Core-Router with Load-Balancer and one Client-Gateway-Router with Web-Proxy Server, All traffic go Direct to Core-Router through Mikrotik-Gateway-Router (Not any External Proxy Server, Just Mikrotik Web-Proxy)

Sample 5.jpg

Configuration:



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