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Apr 26, 2011

Here is my query:

Squid document says that Squid accepts only HTTP requests but speaks FTP on the server side when FTP object are requested.

We call Squid HTTP and FTP caching proxy server. Does it also caches FTP contents? Is it possible to configure FTP clients to use Squid cache? When we make an FTP request to an FTP site via Squid will it be bypassed?

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