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From "Darren Spruell" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Locating the terminal's IP
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2007 19:49:15 GMT
On 1/31/07, Liz Kim <> wrote:
> So if I wanted to protect a site on server C to only allow access to certain
> IP's (say including A's IP).
> If A connects to B then has B make the requests, there is no way for C to
> receive any information about A's IP?
> Therefore the client may be denied from being access the site... correct?


> What would be the best way to work around this?
> Can B be formatted so its IP is dynamically reassigned to A's when
> requesting to that specific page?

No, and no. The point is that the source of the connection (think: TCP
socket) is B. C doesn't even know A exists.


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