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From "Michael Luff" <>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_auth_mysql
Date Wed, 19 Jul 2006 07:31:59 GMT
Hi All,

                I've got mod_auth_mysql working nicely but I would like
the users on my internal network not to have to enter a username and
password, just people accessing from outside.


I've tried various solutions using Order deny,allow; allow from and so
forth but with no luck, I end up with everyone being prompted or no-one.


Here's my unmodified <Directory> command from my httpd.conf that
requires everyone to supply a password, can anyone suggest how I can
modify it to allow access from 10.0.0?


<Directory /var/www/localhost/htdocs>

        AuthName "authentication required"

        AuthType Basic


        AuthMySQLHost           localhost

        AuthMySQLEnable         on

        AuthMySQLUser           xxxxxx

        AuthMySQLPassword       xxxxxxx

        AuthMySQLDB             auth

        AuthMySQLUserTable      users

        AuthMySQLNameField      user_name

        AuthMySQLPasswordField  user_passwd

        AuthMySQLGroupTable     groups

        AuthMySQLGroupField     user_group

# This next line controls which group(s) can access the resource

        require group user admin





Michael Luff MSc B.Eng (Hons) MIET
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