We have an Apache server running, where it serves well any IPV4 address, but all access from IPV6 is blocked with "403 Forbidden". Any possible most likely causes to that?
Thanks for the directions below.
I just checked which conf files there are for the httpd server.
This is the list below.
They all include a single LoadModule to a corresponding .so file, nothing out of the ordinary, except for the limitip one which has:
<IfModule limitipconn_module> MaxConnPerIP 30 CustomLog /var/lcfg/log/apacheconf.ipdenied combinedsite env=LIMITIP </IfModule>
which I don't think is related.
There is also this bit somewhere:
# Apache 2.4 defaults to a more strict "default deny", so you have # to be more explicit about which bits should be accessible. <IfVersion >= 2.4 > <Directory [path-to-html-files]> Require all granted </Directory> </IfVersion>
Maybe I need to change the "Require all granted" to something else that include IPv6?
All other configuration is absorbed from the original configuration files that came with the Apache server, it seems.
access_compat.conf authn_dbm.conf autoindex.conf env.conf logio.conf setenvif.conf unique_id.conf access_compat.conf~ authn_file.conf cache.conf expires.conf mime.conf slotmem_plain.conf unixd.conf actions.conf authn_socache.conf cache_disk.conf ext_filter.conf mime_magic.conf slotmem_shm.conf userdir.conf alias.conf authz_core.conf cgi.conf filter.conf mpm.conf socache_dbm.conf version.conf allowmethods.conf authz_dbm.conf data.conf headers.conf negotiation.conf socache_memcache.conf vhost_alias.conf auth_basic.conf authz_groupfile.conf deflate.conf include.conf php5.conf socache_shmcb.conf waklog.conf auth_digest.conf authz_host.conf dir.conf info.conf remoteip.conf status.conf authn_anon.conf authz_owner.conf dumpio.conf limitipconn.conf reqtimeout.conf substitute.conf authn_core.conf authz_user.conf echo.conf log_config.conf security2.conf systemd.conf