[Setup] Password Protection

Steve McMahon steve at dcn.org
Thu Feb 18 17:55:07 UTC 2010

You can limit Zope/Plone to only serving, so that it only
accepts requests from the localhost. But, go ahead and firewall the port,

On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 8:54 AM, PaulMCLS <paul.robinson at monroe.lib.mi.us>wrote:

> I'm considering installing Plone as part of our company intranet. Right
> now,
> we use various custom databases, blogs, wikis, etc., which are all behind
> htaccess configured through the apache config files.
> Sorry for (possible) multiple posts... I keep getting it back saying I
> don't
> subscribe to the list, even though I've received confirmation for
> subscribing to the list. Anyhow...
> I'd like to use Plone, but I'll need this functionality. I see information
> on using a VirtualHost to route the requests for the plone install (at port
> 8080) to port 80 and use it as the default destination when you access the
> server from a web browser, but I need to know if I was to redirect it to
> say
> http://mysite.com/plone, AND I use authentication to block that from
> unauthorized users, is the Plone install always still accessible at
> http://mysite.com:8080?
> I've been having some trouble getting this going, but I'm willing to muddle
> through getting the security configured if I know that in the end it can do
> what I'm looking for: Allow access to plone from a rewritten or redirected
> URL and disable access through port 8080.
> Hopefully that all makes sense. I'm not sure my brain is working all too
> clearly this morning...
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