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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: client footprint identification for statistic purposes behind a NAT-mode router
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 14:41:47 GMT
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Jorge,

Jorge Martinez wrote:
> My problem is that the webserver is behind a router with NAT activated, so
> what I see is the same host (actually the router) accessing hundreds of
> times to the website, instead of seeing hundreds of single (but different)
> users.

Hmm. I have my Tomcat fronted with Apache httpd and also have a
(development) server behind a NAT-enabled router. From outside the
router, IP addresses are logged appropriately (that is, it does not look
like the router itself is making all the requests).

I'll try to access Tomcat directly from the outside and see what the
Tomcat access log files say.

- -chris
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