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From "gb1071nx" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Altering what the internet (but not intranet) sees for a vhost
Date Thu, 27 Sep 2007 17:52:15 GMT

I've looked at the deny/allow but that doesn't seem really right.  I
don't want to deny access to a vhost, if you're from the internet. I
want to change what you're seeing. 

My scenario is that I'm doing maintenance on a website, and so I still
need to be able to access it from "inside the building", but everyone
else in the world should see a temporary page stating "the site is down
for maintenance".  
I'm just not finding the right part of the docs, I think.  Can anyone
give a hint? 

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