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Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hey experts,

  I have one site (mysite.com) hosted on my server using apache; I need to change a configuration flag in apache to allow my server to only process requests to mysite.com and to deny all other requests; for example, if there is a site example.com pointing to my server ip, I want my server to deny requests to this site; any help on what this flag in apache is?
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ravenpl earned 300 total points
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The simplest approach is to use NameBased VirtualHosts
The default virtual host (catch all) should deny anyone.

Another approach is to use mod_rewrite, eg.

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^(www.)?mysite.com
RewriteRule .* - [L,F]
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>>ravenpl

Many thanks for your assisting comment! (It looks great!) I'll try it, and I'll inform you of the results
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