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request.userhos tport

The Request object has a property "userhostaddres s" that returns the
requester's host IP address. How could a "userhostpo rt" be accomplished to
get the requester's TCP port?

Lance Beasley
ENCO Electronic Systems
May 18 '06 #1
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Lance Beasley wrote:
The Request object has a property "userhostaddres s" that returns the
requester's host IP address. How could a "userhostpo rt" be accomplished to
get the requester's TCP port?

Lance Beasley
ENCO Electronic Systems

The Request object has no such thing. The Request.ServerV ariables
collection has a variable called REMOTE_ADDR which returns the IP
address of the requester. Request.ServerV ariables("SERVE R_PORT")
should give you what you want.

Wait a minute - you're talking .NET aren't you? This is a classic asp
newsgroup. ASP.NET is totally different. Try over at
microsoft.publi c.dotnet.framew ork.aspnet.

Mike Brind

May 18 '06 #2

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