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I am using apache 1.3.20-16 on my RH PC, now I would like to deny to access the page virtual host http://me.com from from any viewers of IP address 202.141.191.x PLease anybody help me how i can do this job???
You can do it with an iptables rule in your firewall:
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -s 188.8.131.52/24 --dport 80 -j DROP
This should prevent them from accessing your web server (assuming its running on port 80. If its not, change the rule to match your httpd port). Just make sure this rule is ahead of any other rule that might accept the packets.
Distribution: Red Hat 7.3, Red Hat 9, Solaris8, Slackware 10, Slax on USB, AIX, FreeBSD, WinXP, AIX, Ubuntu
This will prevent any access on port 80 from that IP range...
But i believe you want certain virtual hosts not to be available, but others should be? Then... Wow... That's hard I think...
I should go for some CGI-script / php page when entering your site...