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My raw access log is now filled with CloudFlare IP addresses. Is there any way I can use a .htacess file or configure the server to log the user's actual IP address?

With PHP, CloudFlare creates these environment variables for our reference, but I can't find anything similar for raw access logs.

Unfortunately, as suggested in this Stack Overflow question, using mod_cloudflare.c for the following is not an option on a shared hosting server:

$_ENV["HTTP_CF_CONNECTING_IP"]<br>
$_ENV["HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR"]<br>
$_ENV["HTTP_CF_IPCOUNTRY"]<br>
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We have solutions for restoring original visitor IP with CloudFlare in our knowledge base.

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