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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11428] - mod_auth_anon and many userids
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2003 13:07:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From geek-apache@burri.to  2003-02-13 13:07 -------
It's extremely useful in a two-tiered authentication system.  Let's say, for
instance, that you have a firewall.  Further, that your business application
lives "inside" the firewall, while the authentication system is only operative
"outside" the firewall.  Apache on the firewall machines can do authentication
just fine.  Apache on the internal machine cannot.  Instead, they have to
believe that anything that gets through has already been authenticated.  This is
exactly what I use this for.

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