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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23850] - Allow from at times need /32
Date Sun, 02 Nov 2003 01:25:06 GMT
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Allow from at times need /32

apache@ttsg.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|CLOSED                      |REOPENED
         Resolution|WORKSFORME                  |



------- Additional Comments From apache@ttsg.com  2003-11-02 01:25 -------
Hi,

Ok, we did some investigation. 

1) Download/uncompress/untar source
2) Compile with gcc 3.2.3 with just ./configure;make;make install
3) Create a directory under htdocs called testing, put in an .htaccess of :

AuthDBMUserFile /local/wwwcust/passes/sample
AuthDBMGroupFile /dev/null
AuthName Members_Only
AuthType Basic
 Satisfy Any
 order deny,allow
 deny from all
 allow from 24.193.48.116
 allow from 202.139.152
 allow from 210.80.149
 allow from 216.183.31.224/27
 allow from 209.88.233.224/27
 allow from 209.88.69.192/27
 allow from 209.135.126
 allow from 64.8.218
 allow from 63.201.23
 allow from 217.145.67.0/25
 allow from 62.39.85
 allow from 216.231.111.14
require valid-user

4) Edit the stock httpd.conf where it depicts the default document root like
<Directory /usr/local/etc/httpd/htdocs> and change the "AllowOverride None" to
"AllowOverride All". Start server
5) From 216.231.111.14 attempt to access the directory, it will ask for an id/pass
6) Change it to 216.231.111.14/32, it works.

Delete all directories and configs. 

Start the instructions again, except in step 2 , change it to "CC=gcc -m32"
infront of the ./configure;make;make install
At step 5, it will let you in immediately.


So, it seems, in 64 bit mode it has issues, but not 32 bit.

We can reproduce this on mutiple machine that we own, and others own.

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