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From Min-Hua Luo <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to protect domains in a multi-hosting Apache configuration
Date Tue, 17 Jul 2007 15:26:38 GMT
  Thanks a lot for your quick response.

Jeff Fulmer <> wrote:
  I'm not sure what problem you're trying to solve but the fact that they
resolve to the same IP is irrelevant. Do they share a DocumentRoot?

If they share a DocumentRoot and you want BOTH to access DOCUMENT_ROOT but
you only want to access DOCUMENT_ROOT/dir1, then you'll have to
restrict traffic with a rewrite rule or some other mechanism.


> Hi,
> Let's say I have two name-based Virtual Host (using the same port with
> same IP)
> "" and "", both of them resolve to IP address
> Let's say I have a URL called "" which I want to be
> accessed only through domain name "".
> Since they both resolve to the same IP, users can still access my "dir1"
> using http://xyz/dir1.
> My question is, how can I restrict access to "dir1" so only URL starts
> with can get in? Thank you very much for your help.
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