Tres Seaver wrote:
> > Taking HTTP alone, for simplicity of expression; I suppose what I'm
> > asking for is that there are two HTTP servers for one Zope instance.
> > The one on port 80 (for example) only responds to those URLs that are
> > for public viewing. The one on port 8081 (for example) responds to
> > any request that makes sense to map onto an object or attribute.
> > The same scheme can be applied to FTP -- you choose whether a
> > particular FTP server presents the "public" view, or the "developer"
> > view.
> I'm presuming you mean to disallow anonymous access to the "developer"
> view -- otherwise, you have just transferred the
> "security-through-obscurity" to another location.
You could. I'd like to do this so that I could block port 8081 (in the
example above) at my firewall, or apache config, or whatever.
In that way, I get a "neat and tidy" public-viewable website, and a
developer site that is viewable only within my network's DMZ.
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