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From "Rajiv Ranjan" <Rajiv_Ran...@mindtree.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Need help with mod_auth_ldap and mod_rewrite
Date Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:39:50 GMT
Hi,

I have a site on a different server to which 
I am proxing using mod_rewrite (rewrite rules).
For the authentication, I am using mod_auth_ldap.

But I have found a peculiar problem with my configuration. 
If the user gives right credentials for logging in very first time,
he is allowed into the site and there are no issues at all.
But for the first time if I give wrong username and password, 
I am prompted to re-enter my credentials. This time even if I give 
right username and password, I am not allowed into the site.

So, I close the browser and reopen it. On giving the proxy url, 
I am prompted for my credentials and on giving the right one am 
taken to the site but the HTTP authentication box just keeps 
pooping up on clicking any link on my site.

I have build apache 2.0.49 on redhat 9.

Any pointers on why is this happening and how can I avoid it?

Cheers,
Rajiv.



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