Restricting access by public IP blocking remote content
francis at daoine.org
Wed May 9 20:17:50 UTC 2018
On Tue, May 08, 2018 at 04:28:54PM -0400, pkris wrote:
> As the subject states when I restrict access to a subdirectory via IP,
> remote content like Google fonts, and Favicons are blocked.
I don't understand what you are reporting there. Can you give one
It looks like you are saying that when you intentionally block access to
/billingadmin, you also accidentally block access to /favicon.ico and
to totally unrelated urls like https://fonts.google.com/. That seems
very strange to me, so I suspect that I am missing something.
> This of course makes sense, but without adding those hostnames to my
> admin-ip's file I use to allow IP's (explained below), can remote content
> like this be allowed by the actual web traffic I'm attempting to restrict to
> my VPN IP be filtered?
Maybe it is clear to someone else, what you mean by this. If so, perhaps
they will respond.
But it might be helpful if you can rephrase your question, perhaps
including an example request that does not get the response that you
expect (and including the relevant nginx config).
Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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