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.htaccess .htpasswd: Can you allow an ip range access w/o having to login, while everyone else will need to login?

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I have a website that sits in our DMZ, i want to use a .htaccess file require username/passwd to view the site from the internet; however, if you are apart of our internal address scheme, I'd like it if you didn't have to login.

Is this possible?
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Try modifying the attached .htaccess for your environment

Order deny,allow
 
Deny from all
 
AuthName [Challenge text]
AuthUserFile [Auth File location]
AuthType [Auth Type]
 
Require valid-user
 
Allow from 192.168.
 
Satisfy Any

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by:caterham_www
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You'll have to grad access for a specific ip address range like
Satisfy any
Order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from 192.168

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Thanks a lot!
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