I've got this in my Apache2 config (on a Ubuntu 9.10 server):
Deny from all
# ALlow local host
Allow from 127.0.0.1 172.23.120
AuthName "Knock Knock"
some ssl code, etc etc
When I comment out the "allow from" line, I have no access to this server at all, but when "Allow from 127.0.0.1 172.23.120" is activated, I can also access that location from other IP's (I can even access it from the internet).
What I really want is access limited to the IP's in "Allow from" because I don't want anyone accessing our subversion repo's from anywhere else.
I know I'm overlooking something very obvious, but perusing Apache2 documentation for 2 hours haven't helped me find it.