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  #301466 23-Feb-2010 13:19
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If you don't see your IP address make sure you are not behind a transparent proxy.




 

 

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  #301468 23-Feb-2010 13:20
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another intestesting thing to note:

Front page asks for my login/pass

If i got into a forum without logging in, it picks up my autologin.

 
 
 
 


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  #301470 23-Feb-2010 13:21
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freitasm: If you don't see your IP address make sure you are not behind a transparent proxy.


Alot of people don't have a choice about that :)


Shouldn't it pick up the IP of the proxy, rather than some random yahoo ip address?

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  #301472 23-Feb-2010 13:38
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I just did as freitasm suggested.

Went to http://www.geekzone.co.nz. Viewed the page source, found the comment:
<!-- Page created in 355 ms @ 2010-2-23 13:12:9 just for you at 67.195.113.225 -->

Pressed F5:
<!-- Page created in 355 ms @ 2010-2-23 13:12:9 just for you at 67.195.113.225 -->

One thing, I'm an Xnet customer, and no way is my IP address 67.195.113.225...
My current IP address is 118.90.3.142. I'm directly connected to the internet at home with no proxies etc.

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  #301474 23-Feb-2010 13:40
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Ok, I have changed some settings now... You should have this showing your correct IP addresses now.




 

 

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  #301478 23-Feb-2010 13:46
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Just performed this test

prior to log in, but after I had already ticket auto login
Page created in 355 ms @ 2010-2-23 13:12:9 just for you at 67.195.113.225

After both trying F5 and CRTL F5
Page created in 355 ms @ 2010-2-23 13:12:9 just for you at 67.195.113.225

After logging in.
Page created in 613 ms @ 2010-2-23 13:44:19 just for you at 203.96.84.33

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  #301479 23-Feb-2010 13:47
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Hmm, I just did what another member tried, I changed from using http://www.geekzone.co.nz on the firefox location bar to a bookmark pointing to http://www.geekzone.co.nz/default.asp?
Suprisingly enough it's now autologing in now.

 
 
 
 


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  #301480 23-Feb-2010 13:48
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Could everyone please confirm autologin is working again?





 

 

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  #301481 23-Feb-2010 13:49

Still not remembering me. Cleared cookies via that link and default.asp in code footer is showing my IP correctly. I am behind Slingshot's cache but that shouldn't affect it (doesn't affect any other sites).

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  #301482 23-Feb-2010 13:50
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Make sure you refresh the page with CTRL F5., logout, login again again with autologin checked.





 

 

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  #301483 23-Feb-2010 13:50
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shermanp: Hmm, I just did what another member tried, I changed from using http://www.geekzone.co.nz on the firefox location bar to a bookmark pointing to http://www.geekzone.co.nz/default.asp?
Suprisingly enough it's now autologing in now.



Auto login only works when I also try the above method.

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  #301484 23-Feb-2010 13:51

This IP (looks like Yahoo or something?) shows when I get "logged out" 67.195.113.225

My normal IP shows when logged in.

Yes have CTRL+f5'd many times.

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  #301485 23-Feb-2010 13:53
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I am getting my correct IP in three different browsers. Could you please clear your cache. I think this was an overly cached paged, with a long TTL set too...




 

 

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  #301487 23-Feb-2010 13:55
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Crtl+F5 - then logout, will produce my correct IP when viewing source.
But, when I log in again, close session, then re-open www.geekzone.co.nz I get someone else's IP address again.
But, www.geekzone.co.nz/*.asp (*anywhere on geekzone) will log me in, and show my correct IP.

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  #301488 23-Feb-2010 13:57
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rscole86: Crtl+F5 - then logout, will produce my correct IP when viewing source.
But, when I log in again, close session, then re-open www.geekzone.co.nz I get someone else's IP address again.
But, www.geekzone.co.nz/*.asp (*anywhere on geekzone) will log me in, and show my correct IP.


Same behavior here too.

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