Hi folks, sorry, no PHP or else this time, just a quick OT question (don't want to need to subscribe to another mailing list).
I'm just messing around with our Apache config and thought someone could give me a quick pointer... Here we go: <Directory /www/internal> AllowOverride AuthConfig Limit </Directory> The .htaccess file reads AuthName "IPlease authenticate" AuthType Basic AuthUserFile /www/.htpasswd AuthGroupFile /www/.htgroup Require group internal Allow from 10.10.10.0/28 Satisfy any If I remove the "Allow" and "Satisfy any" clause, Apache correctly authenticates a user. However I want to have our internal net (10.10.10.0/28) to get in w/o authentication. Unfortunately, adding the "Allow" and "Satisfy" clauses virtually renders the page unsecured, you can get in without auth from everywhere. Running Apache 1.3.23 on RHL 7.2. Any clues? Thanks, and sorry for OT -- >O Ernest E. Vogelsinger (\) ICQ #13394035 ^ http://www.vogelsinger.at/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php