albear, how long have you been doing this? Come on. It's basic string manipulation. Use the InStr() and Mid() functions to pull the domain out of the string.<BR><BR>For more information, have a quick look at the VBScript reference (link on the left).<BR><BR>Craig.
If the referer's IP address isn't in the Request.ServerVariables collection (list it all using a For Each loop - come on...!), then no.<BR><BR>There are alternatives though. Depending how clever you want to be etc, you could actually do a DNS lookup on the host header and find it out. There are both components that'll do this for you (www.aspin.com is always a good start), or you can write something relatively easily by using some of the existing Windows 2000 networking commands.<BR><BR>I believe there's an article on this on 4guys. Or something similar. Actually, I think it finds the MAC address of a client, but it definately executes a batch file, reads in the result and parses it. If you went down the "custom" route, that would be the way I would start.<BR><BR>Craig.