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From Print <printmo...@rogers.com>
Subject Re: IP logging problem
Date Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:34:43 GMT
>Another MAC OSX Newbie using Apache!
>Thats exactly how I setup my Mac webserver on cable connection
>MacOS Admin,Appleshare IP(not sure if I need this though its turned off in my
extension >manager and everything runs great without it),
>I use MacDNS(to serve the domain name)
>But you have to use NO-IP Plus  from www.no-ip.com(for dynamic ip)
>don't use easydns.com(don't do the job), dyndns.org(unsure if that works)
>hope this helps


> oh, and another thing...
> you could try getting and using..
> dyndns.org
> 
> http://www.dyndns.org
> check it out...I use it...
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rabaker@att.net [mailto:rabaker@att.net]
> Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2002 3:49 AM
> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> Subject: IP logging problem
> 
> 
> Help!  I'm definitely an Apache novice and I would
> vastly appreciate any help someone can give me.
> 
> I'm running Apache 1.3.22 on a Mac OS X Server.  It
> seems that Apache is logging my IP address
> instead of the client's IP address.  I looked in the
> config file and my domain is set up as a virtual host,
> so I'm wondering if that is the problem.  I originally
> set it up using Apple's Mac OS X Server Admin
> application.  But, that app is unfortunately very limited
> in its scope.  
> 
> I have found that I now have a script kiddie trying to
> break into my machine, although it's obviously an
> attempt to break IIS, since the script is attempting to
> access .exe files and win32 directories (glad I'm not
> on IIS).  Although this isn't really causing a problem
> for me, I'd still love to pass the IP of the perpetrator
> onto my ISP.
> 
> Some potentially pertinent information is that I'm on
> a cable modem with a  dynamic IP which doesn't
> resolve to any specific domain name.  I haven't
> monkeyed with the logging, it's a standard logging
> set-up ("%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %b").
> 
> I'm sure this is something very basic that anyone
> who administers Apache should know and has
> probably been covered by this forum many times in
> the past.  I appreciate any illumination anyone can
> give me.
> 
> Rich Baker
> 
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