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From "Len Popp" <>
Subject Re: client footprint identification for statistic purposes behind a NAT-mode router
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 14:47:15 GMT
Are those log entries with the router's address coming from clients in
the local network, or from the internet?

With my NAT gateway, I see the correct IP addresses for clients coming
in from the internet, but local clients that use the internet site
name ( show up as coming from the router's IP.

On 10/3/07, Jorge Martinez <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have tomcat 5.5 installed and would like to exploit the log records it is
> registering.
> 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.
> Does any of you know anything about this issue? is Tomcat able to store
> original host IP in the log files?
> Any suggestion would be helpful. Thanks,
> Jorge

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