Extended x-forwarded-for logging for IIS
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| You can switch-on the custom logging on HTTP configuration interface, Monitored ISAPI events section, check 'Append x-forwarded-for' in the interface and click 'Apply'
You can append x-forwarded-for variable to the client IP address log field or replace the client IP address with x-forwarded-for. The 'replace' feature is suitable for application servers that are behind a Hardware Load Balancer or behind proxy server to see real client IP address in IIS logs.
• Do not work with x-forwarded-for
· Append x-forwarded-for to IIS log
· Replace IP by x-forwarded-for in log
| The x-forwarded-for http header is added to a 'c-ip' field of IIS log if you chooose 'Append'. The new c-ip field looks like
* The '188.8.131.52' string is the original c-ip address (REMOTE_ADDR server variable, pszClientHostName log parameter). The IP address means address of a proxy server.
*'F' is a sign that the x-forwarded-for http header was present and
*'184.108.40.206' is a contents of the x-forwarded-for header (HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR server variable). It is the original client IP address, address of client behind the proxy.
x-forwarded-for http header do not need to contain IP address. You can sometimes see something like
|This function is available from 2.7.5 and 2.7.6 version, please see Version history|