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The IP address that accessed your site is passed in CloudFlare's own CF-Connecting-IP header. You should always use this instead of X-Forwarded-For, as that can be supplied by the user and contain untrustworthy information.


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CloudFlare passes an X-Forwarded-For http header with its requests to your origin server, giving the original IP address of the requester. You can log that header at your end if you want to.


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Disable shared config on all servers - this will result in them being temporarily separated and each storing their own config - this is OK. Export the iisConfigurationKey and iisWasKey from web01 and import on all other servers - these encryption keys need to be synchronized across the farm for shared config to work. If you built the other servers by ...


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Your IP address is 204.197.240.85, I got this by looking up your hostname in the DNS. dig www.drpradeepjain.org ... ;; ANSWER SECTION: www.drpradeepjain.org. 600 IN A 204.197.240.85 A reverse lookup on that IP address shows dig -x 204.197.240.85 ; ANSWER SECTION: 85.240.197.204.in-addr.arpa. 21599 IN PTR da.datameter.net. Using ...



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