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From Peter Schober <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Auth and server-side auto-login
Date Wed, 22 Jul 2009 13:49:33 GMT
* Nick Kew <> [2009-07-22 15:41]:
> Pascal S. Clermont wrote:
> > A conjunction of network based auth + "SetEnvIf Remote_Addr 
> > "^192\.168\.1\.\d{1,3}$" REMOTE_USER=LOCAL_IP" might be suitable for my 
> > current needs.
> That looks like a re-invention of "Satisfy Any".
> If you are re-inventing a wheel, kudos for NOT doing
> the "usual thing" and hacking it with mod_rewrite!
> But I could be missing something from earlier in the thread :)

Besides a recommendation to use "satisfy any": question was whether
it's important to have some identifier in REMOTE_USER (speaking
CGI-ly). If you can't modify the application (to use REMOTE_ADDR
unless REMOTE_USER was set) doing this mapping in the webserver might

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