Most servers set it in the response header. The header is called "Server".
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Is there any way to find out what is the WAN IP of the network from within the network? I mean, I am running a java program on my desktop, which is connected to a router, and can I find the Internet IP address for the network from the router...? Thank you. [ May 03, 2004: Message edited by: Chidananda Kakunje ]
You are assuming that all networks are simple ones. Mine aren't. They have multiple NICs attached to different LAN segments and may go out through different routers over differen WANs to different ISPs. Actually, what good does knowing the WAN address do anyway? The WAN is just the pipe to the Internet at large.
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