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How To Make Web Sites Lan Accessible ONLY in Apache
Is it possible to setup websites on apache that are only accessible via the lan? I wisht to setup a varity of domains that should only be accessible via computers locally.
The web server will however be plugged into an active internet connection. Thanks for any help.
you can avoid it being added to the dns and add the domain and ip to the hostfile alone (domain must be configured in Lan Ip's)
Or you can implement mod_access in apache to deny access to other Ip's
Adding it the DNS, ok, but they will still be able to access the folders/sites via the ip address correct? So even though I dont add a domain, outside people would still be able to access it. Lets say I have an internal application installed in root/calendar, they could access:
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I am sorry, I a little new to this, so bear with me. I suppose what I want to do is create intranet sites. Thanks.
This is a basic apache access control statement...
something like this works
Deny from all
Allow from 10.1.1.1
Allow from 192.168.1.
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