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Old 01-24-2018, 06:22 AM   #31
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Hi Keefaz,
But still the curl will show the HOST2 ip right ? So with curl I will still need to pass data and would that show up ?
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No, curl won't show anything on client visiting HOST1, it's processed on the server side. Curl will act like a client to HOST2, sending request, passing data, receiving answer but client from HOST1 has no way to see what HOST1 is executing.


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