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IBM Apache has a KerberosOrBasic AuthType, but per IBM support it doesn't
work. They had me disposition clients based on subnet. Here's a snippet
from my httpd.conf.
<If "! -R '123.234.345.0/24'">
PasswdFile %%KERBEROS%%
UserID %%CLIENT%%
AuthType Kerberos
AuthName ...
</If>
<Else>
PasswdFile %%SYSTEM%%
UserID %%CLIENT%%
AuthType Basic
AuthName ...
</Else>

Unfortunately, I now have Basic and Kerberos clients on the same subnet.
Any suggestions on how to make this more granular? That's a DHCP subnet,
so IPs are not fixed.

TIA

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