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NGINX - Pass real client IP to web servers

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nginx is currently passing the nginx public IP to my internal web servers.  Is there a a way to pass real client IP to web servers?
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see http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpProxyModule how to set X-Forward-For HTTP header
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