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Old 02-21-2004, 01:05 PM   #1
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Question about SetEnvIf for audio files(ram, mp3, wma..)


Hi,
I set
Code:
        SetEnvIfNoCase Referer "^http:/mysite.com/" local_ref=1
        <FilesMatch ".(gif|jpg)">
            Order Allow,Deny
            Allow from env=local_ref
        </FilesMatch>
and it works fine. However, when I use the above code for audio type(*.mp3.wma...) and it does not work(is is blocked). I read have some document on the net and people said that the Referer for audio type don't send HTTP/1.1(or whatever) Referer so that why it does not work. Is that true? If it's true, how am I going to fix it? and for the code <FilesMatch ".(gif|jpg)"> if I have more than 2 type of file, can I put some thing like <FilesMatch ".(gif|png|bmp|jpg)">?

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