Re: Newbie with the Netview Web Server Apache
I have a similar request. I am running Apache on my production NV4.1 and I am
planning to upgrade to NV 5.1.
The Apache web server has lots of network documentation pages, not all pages
are secured. When I do the upgrade I would want to add the existing pages to NV
5.1 Apache server and have security turned on for NV 5.1 pages and a few others
but not all.
Is anyone out there doing this?
Do I need to run 2 Apache web server, one for NV5.1 and the other for all
>>> James Shanks <James_Shanks@TIVOLI.COM> 02/10 12:00 PM >>>
The web sever has been customized for NetView and you may not be able to
make the mods you want.
The only security we provide is through NetView's security. You turn that
on and control access with nvsec_admin. So it is an all-or-nothing thing.
You could give everyone unrestricted access to everything else except the
web client. Users would then have to use nvauth after they login to UNIX
to get that access.
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX) L3 Support
Jean-Michel THIEBAUD <jean-michel.thiebaud@DETEXIS.THOMSON-CSF.COM> on
02/10/99 08:52:25 AM
Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
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Subject: Newbie with the Netview Web Server Apache
Sorry if this question seems stupid, but I don't have any documentation
about the web security Apache.
I 'd like to limit the access of the Netview Web server. I have tried to
build a password file ("user.www") using the "htpassword" command and
tried to modify the access.conf but it's doesn't works.
The Browser never show me the login dialog box.
Is this syntax correct for my file access.conf ? :
# Controls who can get stuff from this server.
allow from all
# You may place any other directories or locations you wish to have
# access information for after this one.
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