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From "Steven Pierce" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Blocking Access to a site
Date Sun, 22 May 2005 05:30:22 GMT

You can put an .htaccess file in the root folder for the site and
that will make it require a password for anyone logging in.  Also
I believe that you can set the IP address in httpd.conf to allow only
192.168.x.x to be allowed to access the page.

Will give you the instructions you need to do what you are looking to do.


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>On 5/21/2005 at 4:59 PM Omar Olivos wrote:
>I have some Apache web sites running on Red Hat Server. They are all
>publicly available, but I would like one of them to be available only to
>users on my LAN. Can It be set up so that local users can have access and
>remote users are blocked or asked for a password?
>Omar Olivos

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