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how can i get client ip address in AF_INET ?
I want to write a program does as a listener!
and log input information!
Posted 21-Jul-12 21:52pm
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Solution 1

Not completely sure this is what you mean, but you can specify a struct to the accept[^] call (you use this to accept connection requests from clients) that is filled with the client's IP and port. Google for "accept socket" for more information and possible examples.
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Bathooman 22-Jul-12 5:46am
   
i meant if i want to write a program that listen on a specific port and i want to log any ip address that try to connect my listening server
Code-o-mat 22-Jul-12 5:55am
   
Then I still say what I originally wrote should work.
Bathooman 24-Jul-12 7:47am
   
struct sockaddr_in cltaddr;
cs = accept(sock ,(struct sockaddr *)&cltaddr ,&addrlen);
printf("%d" ,(cltaddr.sin_addr.s_addr);


how can i show the client ip address in network byte order?
Code-o-mat 24-Jul-12 9:20am
   
How about the function inet_ntoa ( http://linux.die.net/man/3/inet_ntoa )? You can also see it being used in the examples shown to you by Volynsky Alex (Solution 2).

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