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TCPServer log

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So some of you probably remember my TCPServer and Client issues from a couple months back. Been trying with logging the actual socket data and just confusing myself even more.

Anyone know how to log the IP address of a connection that is coming?

While Server listens

Clent connects

If Client sends bad data Then

Log IP address

Else

Reply

EndIf

Wend

basically what im trying to do here. I have everything i need except for the logging of the ip address of the bad client.

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the logic works. just need to know how to pull the IP address of the connected client

Tried it that way in autoIT and it just kept giving me syntax errors... stupid PICNIC/ID10T errors...

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

how about on client

#include <Inet.au3>

_GetIP()

and send data to server?!

in help file under TCPRecv you do have SocketToIP example on end of code, aldo i don't know from first hand will if it'll work on internet communication

if you need logical help in script, post the server side and describe problem in more details.

and beside FileWrite there is ofc _FileWriteLog or _FileWriteToLine or IniWrite commands

eg.

IniWrite('a.ini','data','105.108.252.10','ok')
IniWrite('a.ini','data','105.108.252.11','notok')
MsgBox(0,'',IniRead('a.ini','data','105.108.252.10','nodata'))
MsgBox(0,'',IniRead('a.ini','data','105.108.252.11','nodata'))
MsgBox(0,'',IniRead('a.ini','data','105.108.252.12','nodata'))
Edited by bogQ

TCP server and client - Learning about TCP servers and clients connection
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ah. i think were at a loss of communication here on my part. Im sending the data across the internet and trying to pull the EXTERNAL IP of the client using data on the server. Not exactly as simple as

TCPSend(@IPaddress1)

FileWrite(TCPRecv)

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Thanks BogQ. I never thought to look at the SockettoIP example. Just skipped over it for some reason. That's what im looking for. That should, in theory, give me the external/public IP of the connected client

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