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From: Chris Alexander <chrisa_at_azimuthinc.com>
Date: 2007-03-01 14:48:24 CET


I recently installed svn over apache2 and am setting up the policy in

Basically, I want developers on our local LAN free access over standard
HTTP without the need for a username and password. But outside our LAN
I want them to login via a username and password over HTTPS for all
functions (Read, Checkout, Commit, etc). I want it to point to the same
repository ether way.

Is there a way to first check the IP of the client then if it's not
parts of the "trusted IPs" then ask for user authentication?



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