Nginx Module for Authenticating Akamai G2O requests
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README.md

Akamai G2O module for Nginx

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Controls access to content from Akamai edge servers, using the G2O headers: X-Akamai-G2O-Auth-Data and X-Akamai-G2O-Auth-Sign.

Installation

Like any other nginx module use the --add-module option when configuring:

./configure --add-module=$PATH_TO_G2O_DIR

or

./configure --add-dynamic-module=$PATH_TO_G2O_DIR

if you want to use it as dynamic module (nginx >= 1.9.11 is required)

It requires OpenSSL.

Configuration

Place the following settings (g2o, g2o_nonce and g2o_key) into a main, server or location section of your conf file:

location /download {
    g2o        on;
    g2o_nonce  "token";
    g2o_key    "a_password";
}

Testing

Get ruby, then install dependencies:

bundle

Then run the tests:

rspec

Write more tests in spec/*.rb

Copyright & License

All code in this project is released under the BSD license unless a different license for a particular library is specified in the applicable library path. Copyright © NGINX, Tim Macfarlane, Kaltura Inc. and others. All rights reserved.