tedd wrote: > Hi gang: > > The server global: > > $_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR'] > > Provides the IP of the server where the current script is executing. > > And, the server global: > > $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] > > Provides the IP of the server executing the script.
Yes, aka the client address. > As such, you can enter the IP of either into a browser and see that > specific domain. Huh? If my server is 192.168.29.104 and my client is 192.168.29.114, I might get the default website on the server address, and nothing on the client (assuming it is not running a webserver). > However, that doesn't work when you are dealing with shared hosting. > Doing that will show you to the parent domain, but not the child > domain (i.e., alias). > > So, how can I identify the exact location of the 'server_addr' and of > the 'remote_addr' on shared hosting? Is that possible? $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] will tell you the name of the virtual host - I don't know if that is what you're after. -- Per Jessen, Zürich (12.2°C) -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php