Posted by Leo G on July 23, 2010 in Linux, Ubuntu
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October 21, 2010 at 11:12 am
Caching substitute server
A caching proxy server accelerates servicing requests by retrieving constituents saved from a untimely apply for made near the same client or unchanging other clients. Caching proxies commemorate last local copies of oft-times requested resources, allowing large organizations to significantly reduce their upstream bandwidth use and cost, while significantly increasing performance. Most ISPs and large businesses have a caching proxy. Caching proxies were the start with well-wishing of proxy server.
Some poorly-implemented caching proxies have had downsides (e.g., an incapacity to inject narcotic addict authentication). Some problems are described in RFC 3143 (Known HTTP Proxy/Caching Problems).
Another urgent use of the delegate server is to drop the tools cost. An organization may contain many systems on the but network or below control of a single server, prohibiting the possibility of an individualistic correlation to the Internet looking for each system. In such a dispute, the lone systems can be connected to joined substitute server, and the agent server connected to the main server.
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