Marcin Kasperski writes:
> > > As I finally installed mod_proxy_add_forward, I get original address in
> > > X-Forwarded-For header (REQUEST['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']).
> > >
> > > The question is: can I do something easy to automatically perform
> > > if(remote_ip = 127.0.0.1 and X-Forwarded-For exists) then
> > > set remote_ip = whatever is in X-Forwarded-For
> > > logic? In particular, I would like changed IP to be used by Zope access
> > > control and Zope log.
> > ....
> > If you do not want to patch Apache, you can use a SiteAccess (--> zope.org)
> > AccessRule in your top (logical) folder to modify your
> > REQUEST object as you like.
> Does there exist some sample of such usage? Can such a change be
> performed before authorization?
The SiteAccess HowTo (documentation?) contains an example how
to turn a path component into a REQUEST binding.
Your case is much simpler, very straight forward.
> I use SiteRoot to translate addressess between external and internal (in
> subdirectories, not in main directory). Can those approaches be merged
> one with another?
If you like, you can replace your SiteRoot (which in fact
are simple forms of AccessRules) with full
blown AccessRules and put the REMOTE_IP justification into them.
However, I would do it in the root folder to have it
at a single place.
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