[AusNOG] Content Filtering

David J. Hughes David at hughes.com.au
Tue Jul 22 09:00:38 EST 2008


We use a combination of load balanced Cisco caches and N2H2 to filter  
access for about 400,000 pairs eyeballs on a 1,400 site WAN.  Works  
well and by using smaller / cheaper caches it could be built at a  
suitable price point for your application.  Not sure if Squid can talk  
to N2H2 or others (but I'm sure Adrian will educate us).


On 21/07/2008, at 11:57 AM, Nick Bryant wrote:

> Hi,
> We're after implementing a http content filtering solution for some  
> of our
> clients. Wonder if anyone knew of, or had any experience with,
> vendors/companies offering this type of service for Enterprises/ 
> Small ISPs?
> I'd even go as far as to ask for recommendations, but I won't push  
> it ;o)
> Cheers,
> Nick
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