Re: possible to retrieve remote address when running as Daemon?
- See message 2090.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "c_r_dawson" <cdawson@w...> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I would like to know if it is possible to retrieve the remote
> IP/address from the connecting client when servicing a SOAP request
> my module. I had hoped that either the %ENV was set like a CGI, or
> that perhaps I could use Apache::Request, but I am unfortunately
> running as a Daemon, not withing Apache. Is this possible?
> My code is really simple:
> my $daemon = SOAP::HTTP::Transport::Daemon
> -> new( LocalPort => 80, LocalAddr => 192.168.1.10 )
> -> objects_by_reference( qw( My::Module ) )
> -> dispatch_to( 'My::Module::MethodA' )
> This is all working fine.
> Would this be something to avoid when running a SOAP server? I
> think of any reason why you would want to hide this. The reason I
> want to do it is to implement a kind of poor man's authentication.
> have a web page coming over SSL which will serve up a java applet
> send a cryptographic key generated using the IP address and a secret
> string. The SOAP client will return this key back to the server and
> the server can then verify whether they are properly authenticated
> verifying that their validated IP and the hidden key generate the
> public key. So, obviously I need to get a handle on the IP they
> from, not one which could be parameterized in the method call.
> Thanks in advance.