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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39621] - Strange result in getRemoteAddr() and Access Logs using APR
Date Mon, 22 May 2006 12:00:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From regis@credishop.com.br  2006-05-22 12:00 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> If you access Tomcat via IPv6, what should request.getRemoteAddr() return if not
> the IPv6 address of the client?
> 
Some questions:

1 - Why does getRemoteAddr() change even accessing from the same host?
The client IPv6 address is fe80::20d:87ff:fe86:5566/64 but getRemoteAddr()
returns   e55f:0:e00b:f547:: or f35f:0:e00b:fd47:: or d42:0:e00b:ed47:: or
642:0:e00b:2147:: or ... Why does it change?

2 - Why are IPv6 addresses shown even to client hosts without IPv6 support?

3 - Why don't our other tomcat servers with APR enabled show IPv6 addresses? 
They all show IPv4 addresses from the same client hosts that are showed as IPv6
addresses in that specific tomcat host.




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