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accepted Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
OK, is there anything else we could do on that PC and what software/OS would it need? Seems to be a waste to have to buy a PC just to deal with the disks.
Mar
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
Our setup is quite basic, all we need the network for is to see the outside world (i.e. web browsing) which works fine and see the network disk. The latter seems to be fine generally, but obviously the disk dying at seemingling random times is awkward. Printer is also direct on network which works fine as well.
Mar
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
I checked out Buy and saw quite large figures. If the software is GPL, this may well be an option. If I get another disk and connect it to network separately, could I then use openfiler on a standalone PC to synchronise the 2 (and I assume deal with read/write requests from users)?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
also, how would this solve the problem of losing network connection if both disks are in the same PC/server?
Mar
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
just seen the prices, dont think this is viable option for our start-up
Mar
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
do we need a "server" or could we just use one of the PCs and purchase another network disk of similar style to the one we have already?
Mar
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comment Beginners advice on Small business network disk(s)
dont really know, we hired a small office and getting network from them, the disk is plugged straight into the network (using ethernet cable, like all the PCs)
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accepted Apache_log analysis
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comment Apache_log analysis
this looks good indeed; dont think its the most straightforward interface, but (as you say) it can probably get out anything you want in any format. found user, uri_path and clientip, but not succeded in getting it into a pivot table style report yet
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asked Apache_log analysis
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comment Limit access on login and IP in .htaccess
But how do I construct the .htaccess file to do what I want, i.e. some users from anywhere, others from a certain IP, but all users need to login?
Nov
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comment Limit access on login and IP in .htaccess
As mentioned in my question, there are plenty of examples (using Satisfy Any), but I dont know (or whether) I can construct something for my purpose.
Nov
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comment Limit access on login and IP in .htaccess
I am using an external domain host (BT), so cant modify much. "Normal" .htaccess seems to work fine, not sure what I can do beyond though. Was hoping that .htaccess can do it on its own (or in conjunction with .htgroup and passwd files).
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awarded  Student
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comment Limit access on login and IP in .htaccess
i.e. I have a .htgroup file along the lines of group1: user1 user2 group2: user3 user4 Not overly concerned how it deals with overlaps, i.e. if you are in group1 and group2 in example above, then happy that you can see page from anywhere (slightly ambiguous wording above).