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irwan irwan

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how to addres ip scan use jsp with input of range of ip.thanks before
Ankit Garg

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Hi Irwan, welcome to javaranch.

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And your query is not very much clear. Can you please explain properly what you want...

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irwan irwan

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i'm sorry before,i will make aplication ip addres use JSP,please help me,example source code aplication ip address,thanks before
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Bauke Scholtz
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I have absolutely no idea what you're asking/struggling with. The whole topic/question is too vague. I at least understand that you need the IP address of the client. I can at least tell that you can get the remote address by HttpServletRequest#getRemoteAddr(). See if that helps you a step further.
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