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access control - how to do multiple rules ?

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#1 JoeJoe

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Posted 27 August 2006 - 03:52 PM

Hi guys,

After read all the Apache documents, I got no answer for this.
How to config 2 sets of login/password? one is allow from all IP and one is from internal network only.

the order, deny, allow, satisfy stuff only help if one wants
1) login from all IP/domain
2) request from certain IP/domain WITHOUT login

that is different from what I want, anyone knows how to solve this?

thank you very much


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Posted 04 September 2006 - 09:46 PM

Just change it to how you want it
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Posted 05 September 2006 - 03:22 PM


Check out setEnvIf at http://httpd.apache....d_setenvif.html

mod_access does not directly support referrer-based and URI based access control, but it can be accomplished using mod_sentenvif and the supported "Allow from env=<server_variable" construct. Here's a simple example:

setenvif Referer www.ok_site.com OK_allow
Allow from env=OK_allow


setenvif Request_URI ip-regex-here OK_allow
Allow from env=OK_allow
See mod_setenvif

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