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comment Protect apache pages by URL
Oh, it is valid. just use 192.168.11.0/24 then. But that is identical to 192.168.11
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comment Protect apache pages by URL
As documented, the above is not valid. Use ip.pre.fix instead. You also don't need to use LocationMatch here.
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answered Postfix: how to use simple file for SASL authentication?
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answered Protect apache pages by URL
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comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
That's much too involved to detail to you on a forum site. I'd be rewriting the documentation.
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comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
When you know what exactly you want, ask a directed question. This is not a polling site.
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answered Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
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answered Test ethernet port for data loss
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comment Apache2: Trying to map a subdomain to a subdirectory
Not without using a proxy.
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comment Is there a good way to prevent a server from emailing a specific address (we control both servers/apps)?
Yes, the server will try to send, and see the destination is not reachable. The message will be retried for as long as you have configured it to, and then bounced.