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Henk S. asked ·

Searching for client ip in web request

Hello,


I am looking for a certain IP address in the web requests. I narrowed time span filtered on web request name, and did a backtrace. I noticed that again you only get a limit about of ip's to choose from (in my case)

Is there no way to just filter for the client ip, like appmon (-;

KR Henk

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Yos N. answered ·

Hi @Henk S.

Create request attribute on the client ip

Then for all PPs you will see the value of client ip


And you will be able to filter the requests by the client ip


HTH

Yos


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Hello Yos,


Thanks for your reply, I think you are right and this will be the only way. Only objection is that this look so overwhelming...

Would be nice to have a attribute filter for this, so you could turn this on when needed (-;

KR Henk



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Once you create that web request filter you will be able to filter and sort even better based off of that. As well as tag user sessions with these request attributes if Applicable. You can also look up Session Properties via the User Sessions

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