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How to get the client's ip address?

 
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Hi guys,

Is there a way to get the host's ip address from my webservice class? I'm using axis2.

Cheers,

-gustavo
 
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I think the below code should help you,

 
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Gustavo Santos wrote:How to get the client's ip address?


Gustavo Santos wrote:Is there a way to get the host's ip address from my webservice class?



Which is the real question? Client's IP address or host's IP address?
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:

Gustavo Santos wrote:How to get the client's ip address?


Gustavo Santos wrote:Is there a way to get the host's ip address from my webservice class?



Which is the real question? Client's IP address or host's IP address?



I'm sorry for the confusion. Actually I need to know the client's IP address. I tried Paul's solution but it didn't work well for me, I know that it's because of the HostName I sent as the method's parameter.
 
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Just so you guys know I've tried the following and it didn't work:




 
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Solved!!!



Thank you guys for the support though.

-gustavo
 
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does someone know how to get the client's port?
Seems like there is no property "REMOTE_PORT"
thanks
 
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