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pebkac 10th October 2012 07:00

Restricting Access to Sites with Apache Directives
 
Hey all,

Anyone know of a way to restirct access to websites hosted with ispconfig3? I have tried adding stuff found here http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/howto/access.html into the Apache Directives in the control panel but I cannot figure out which is the correct format. Right now I want to restrict access to a site to two IP's, and I may want to allow others in the future. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

--Steve

concept21 13th October 2012 19:14

Install Webmin on your server. It has a GUI module called "Protected Web Directories". It will take care the command format. :cool:

falko 14th October 2012 18:30

Using ISPConfig and Webmin together is not a good idea.

What exactly did you add in ISPConfig?

concept21 15th October 2012 04:40

Don't worry.

Webmin and ispconfig 3 work very well together. The key point is: don't interfere ispconfig3 with Webmin.

After all, gui is much easier than command lines. :)

till 15th October 2012 08:32

I know many servers of my daily work were users destroyed their ispconfig setups by using webmin, so I can only recommend to not use webmin on a ISPConfig server.


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