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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
 
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Hi Irwan, welcome to javaranch.

Your name doesn't seem to be according to the javaranch naming policy. So please change it.

And your query is not very much clear. Can you please explain properly what you want...
 
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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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"irwan irwan", the request that you change your display name to adhere to JavaRanch standards was not a suggestion. Valid display names are mandatory for participation on the Ranch. Please change your display name as instructed prior to your next post.

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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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