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When using mod_status to resolve Apache 2 performance issues, I notice one of my Vhosts is getting heavy traffic, but under the "Client" column instead of seeing the IP address of the remote machine, mod_status provides only "::1".

What does that mean? is it possible to camouflage a remote machine IP address in this way?

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That is localhost in IPv6 notation.

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