Getting a public IP address when connected to a router

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Sun Dec 19 17:22:16 EST 2010


Here are some possible ways to do what you want. I'm sure there are more.

Have a specific entry address just for you that grabs your ip and stuffs it
in a file.  Then all your other pages that log IP can reference the file to
know what IP to ignore.

Or set a special cookie for yourself that basically says "Hey its me!"

Or similar to the first option, check a get passed variable to designate
that its you. (IE http://myaddress.com/page.html?isitme=yes) and either set
the ip in a file, or just keep passing isitme each time you switch pages.
The first choice better than the second, as you only have to grab your IP
and say that it's you once per session.

I'm sure there are better ways, but this should work.

On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Medard <liste.revo at medard.on-rev.com>wrote:

> Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
>
> > What's the problem, Medard? Just don't count your own IP address.
> >
> > if myIP is not "123.123.123.123" then...
>
> You're right, Mark...
> but a well known motto here in France is:
> "pourquoi faire simple, quand on peut faire compliqué"
> (what's the need to make things simple, as it's so easy to make them
> complicated)
>
> joke apart, the problem is I don't have a fixed IP*, it may vary, within
> some limits
>
>
> * due to my ISP, Orange ;-)
>
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