I'm confronted to the same problem as the one as discussed
at that address :

I'm trying to get back the REMOTE_ADDR variable because it's
changed to the Server's address by a ProxyPass directive.

I'm trying to use SetEnv or SetEnvIf directives to do that.
But I can't manage to expand %{REMOTE_ADDR} to an IP address.
I mean, if I use :
  SetEnv client_ip_1 %h
  SetEnv client_ip_2 %{Remote_Addr}
  SetEnv client_ip_3 %{ENV:Remote_Addr}
I get :
  client_ip_1 = %h
and not :
  client_ip_1 =
and the same for all my tries.

Is there a way to expand those values ? A magic key to turn ?

Have you found a better solution than the one exposed by HTH
in the message above ?

Thank you.
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