Re: iframe problem
That would be the expected behavior, because it's the user's machine that is
requesting the page.
Perhaps you could request the page from your server, capture the HTML, then
re-output the HTML to your client from your server.
But this may not work very well if the user is expected to input data into
that form and post it back to your partner site's server.
I hope this helps,
Steve C. Orr, MCSD, MVP
"nik" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> i got an aspx page (said A) containing an IFRAME in wich i dinamically
load another's site page. the other's site page authenticate my request
basing on the caller IP (my server IP).
> my problem : when my application's client load the page A, the IP address
making the request to fill the IFRAME is the client IP, so the partner site
do not authenticate me.
> is that wrong?
> how can i fix that problem?
> thx all
> p.s. could i change the background color of the page sended from my
partner site before displayng it in the IFRAME?
> p.p.s. sorry for my bad english.
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