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hi :

in iis 6 i need to restrict web site access

i need to restrict access to this site ,just only access it from dialup with a phone number services

Apr 12 '07 #1
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Hi there,

Do some research on setting up intranet site, hope it helps. Good luck & Take care.

hi :

in iis 6 i need to restrict web site access

i need to restrict access to this site ,just only access it from dialup with a phone number services

Apr 13 '07 #2
Arnold Schuur
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IIS cannot determine what type of medium (phone,ADSL etc) was used to establish a TCP/IP-connection between the client PC and IIS.
If phone-users come from a certain range of IP addresses you could grant them access based on their IP address.
See: http://www.hostmysite.com/support/de...d/IIS/blockip/
Apr 13 '07 #3

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