Bug 958

Summary: problem with allow, deny in apache 1.2.6-5
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: jyrki.kronqvist
Component: apacheAssignee: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Version: 5.1Keywords: Security
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Description jyrki.kronqvist 1999-01-25 08:25:40 UTC
It seems to be a bug in apache-1.2.6-5, the access control
does not work properly.
I use a Linux system as a firewall, connecting to two
networks. If I define as following
   order deny,allow
   deny from all
   allow from 194.203.16.
it does not work in apache-1.2.6-5, but it works fine in
apache-1.2.6-4 allowing only host in the network to connect
to the server. By using the apache-1.2.6-5 it has no
meaning. At the moment I use the apache-1.2.6-4, but as You
know there is another bug.

Comment 1 David Lawrence 1999-03-12 21:38:59 UTC
I was unable to get this to fail in the latest release of
Apache-1.3.3-1. Try the newer version and see if it works for you.

Comment 2 osman 2000-01-10 07:17:59 UTC
Looks like the same as bug#8262
I use apache 1.3.9-8