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Re: [vox-tech] Perl question: determining the computer's IP address
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Re: [vox-tech] Perl question: determining the computer's IP address




Tim Riley wrote:

> Richard Crawford wrote:
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> > I have a Perl script that I've written and which runs on a couple of
> > different web servers.  Because the script rewrites some .html files that
> > call on cgi-scripts, the script needs to know the IP address of the
> > computer that it's running on.  Is there an environmental variable or
> > something that I can call within Perl to find out the IP address so that I
> > don't have to manually recode it on each server?
>
> Apache should set the server IP address in the HTTP_HOST variable.

My bad; it's the SERVER_ADDR variable. HTTP_HOST is the client address.
Although, extracting it from ifconfig is a good suggestion.

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