There is a patch to Apache that you could apply that passes the client IP
along in a different HTTP header, if that helps.
It's at http://modules.apache.org/search?id=124.
On the other hand you could use Squid as the Proxy as it has a config
directive for just this occasion.
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Subject: [Zope] How can I proxy from apache to zope and keep source host
> I configure 'apache as frontent do zope'. Most things work as expected
> but I found serious limitation: if I pass request from apache to zope
> via mod_proxy (or mod_rewrite [P]), zope sees all requests as coming
> from localhost (I specified http://localhost:8080/ as zope address, in
> case I specify http://my.host:8080 I would get my.host as source address
> - the problem would be the same).
> Does there exist any solution to this problem different than using
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