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Looking for a client IP from server side

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   Is there any perl module that lets me get a client's IP that is logged into my server.  Of most benefit would be a way to look at the layer 3 (return IP) of the IP header.

Thanks for any help,

Phil Lamey
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you should be able to get the client's IP using the REMOTE_ADDR environment variable.

print $ENV{'REMOTE_ADDR'};
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