Is there a way to get the API to respond back with the IP address
hitting it from the call?

I'm running into a problem where something is eating away at my API
hits / hour. I've put a simple script on a few isolated domains (non-
Twitter calling ones) that are also having their API hits eaten up.
They have unique IPs assigned to them - so I'm not sure if the problem
is on my host's end and how they are "showing" my server to Twitter,
or if it's something on the API end.

Thanks in advance for any support.
-matthew

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