We have a situation where within the same space, we would like certain content to only be visible based on the users IP that is accessing the system. We have complete control of the base systems (OS, Apache, etc).
Is there a native mechanism for this?
Can it be done with a custom plug-in?
Forget Confluence for this - it's not got anything, and even if it did, it's the wrong place. You want to block access well before the user gets to the application.
You want to be looking at IP white-lists for Apache really.
Although I still don't really trust it, as I've been involved in security testing that involves spoofing IP addresses and it's horribly easy to bypass most IP level restrictions we were looking at.
I know we already do a lot of this an the network layer for access to whole sites. What I would like to do is turn on/off peices of content within a page. What about a custom plug-in? Scenario:
- When a user access the site from a specified IP range, we set an environment variable identifying them
- There is a plug-in that inspects that value and conditionally shows content
This is a model we have used in some custom built apps, just wondering if we could re-create that functionality inside Confluence.
I know it's a long shot, just investigating.
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