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From jblack4 <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Dual authN path with client certs and ldap
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2008 15:22:33 GMT

Just a follow up that we got this working using Locations and url patterns. 
After enabling both mod_ssl (with client certs) and mod_authnz_ldap, we do

<Location /secure/cert/ >
<Location /secure/ldap/ >

each doing it's own flavor or authentication, then reverse proxying both
requests to our app server

ProxyPass http://localhost:8080/
ProxyPassreverse http://localhost:8080/


jblack4 wrote:
> Not sure if this is possible with a single apache server instance, so I'm
> curious if anyone has done this.  We want apache to be configured to be
> single public entry point into our private web services.  Additionally, we
> want users to be able to login based on a user/pass or a client
> certificate.  The user/pass would validate against an Active Directory
> server with mod_auth_ldap.  The client cert path would be handled with ssl
> mod.
> So the question is can this be accomplish in a single apache, or do I need
> one for each authN mechanism?  Anyone running this kind of setup that
> could share any tips?
> Thanks,
> Jeff 

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