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Version 1.3.0.53a new install

Is it supported to run Icy Phoenix behind a reverse proxy? I am currently doing this to overcome some limitations of our development network, but there are a few quirks that make this difficult. Most importantly the IP addresses stored in the database all become the address of the proxy and some security check do not work anymore (for example you can only register one account since the board thinks that everbody comes from the same IP).

For this to work properly, X-Forwarded-For has to be evaluated in a secure way and the remote ip has to be substituted.


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I guess if you disable IP Registration Check you would not have any errors regarding that.
 




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That would work, however I would prefer to fix the code to properly evaluate the proxy variables.
 



 
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Sorry, but I don't know how to do that, but if you want to try, I can help in identifying the part of the code you need to edit.
 




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