# httpd -l | grep mod_remoteip.c
If I'm correct this means the remote_ip module is included.
Which IP would you think I should use for the RemoteIPTrustedProxy looking to all different ips I see coming through?
Or all ips I see in...
Also tried and didn't work:
I'm actually thinking if this is a directadmin thing or apache thing. Afraid it's apache, but if anyone can help me understand this better it's highly appreciated :)
Yes, csf is installed and active.
Ignoring the ip's will prevent them being blocked, but doesn't solve the issue that I don't see visitors IP's (and can't filter on them, block them, and so on) if I understand correctly.
Thanks jamgames2 for your reply!
The HA-IP does have a firewall built in and only opens ports I define. However All I try to achieve is that DirectAdmin actually logs the real ip from a visitor instead of the server ip. In that case the BFM can ban on those information.
Also maybe interesting...
Also want to add:
In the bruteforce monitor all traffic / login attempts are logged as:
Which are ip addresses that are connected to the HA-IP if I understood correctly.
Edit: On a test.php file I tried some different values, and this...
I am using a High Availability IP from TransIP: https://www.transip.eu/knowledgebase/entry/522-what-are-different-modes-ha-ip/
However this displays/outputs the same IP address for all visitors as the server IP.
Like they say by theirselves: "The 'remote' IP headers will not be...
I know they don’t transfer licenses anymore. That’s why I’m looking to take over someone’s account with license on it. There always are people that bought a lifetime license but quit business or something like that. I’m hoping that I can purchase their license.