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From Steve Penner <stevepenner1...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Setting Directory Listings Only To One Subnet
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2013 12:36:01 GMT
A friend of mine posted the message below the '====' for me recently.  He told me that it went
unanswered, although he told me it might have gone unanswered because it was a holiday time.

I would like to confirm that what I want to do is not possible:

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I have directory "abc" from the document root whose content is available to all,
including subnet 192.168.1.

But ONLY subnet 192.168.1 can do a directory listing.

What's my set up in httpd.conf?

   <Directory "Z:/service.web/abc">
      Options +Indexes
      AllowOverride None
      Order allow,deny         
      Allow from all

   </Directory>


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Server: Apache2.4.3  for Windows
OS: Win7(64-bit)
server running on  ASUS G74SX
using dynamic DNS
connection to Internet:  aDSL line rate: up 1022 Kbps, down 4904 Kbps
server interfaced to PHP 5.4.8, MySQL 5.0.10


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SP

 


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