DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37859] - add a reliable "real_remote_socket" and "real_remote_port" attribute to requets

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DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37859] - add a reliable "real_remote_socket" and "real_remote_port" attribute to requets

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------- Additional Comments From [hidden email]  2006-01-20 23:02 -------
(In reply to comment #2)
> ok, understood - especially if there is a proxy in-between you don't want the
> proxy address but the address and port of the original requestor.
> However, wouldn't it be useful, to add e.g. in
> org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Processor
> a request.setAttribute("javax.servlet.request.real_remote_host", socket.
> getRemoteSocketAddress()); //or socket.getInetAddress() ?
> and a request.setAttribute("javax.servlet.request.real_remote_port",
> socket.getPort())
> ?

Seems pretty useless, since it simply duplicates what is already available via
request.getRemoteAddr() and request.getRemotePort().




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