1. fmsc88

    fmsc88 - Dec 18, 2016 Member VIP Member

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    1- @Lisa Nguyen What option 1 and option 2 means?
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    2- How this capture the IPs? I have seen this block users from same country,if two different guests have same IP like 182.182.* this will block the registration for both guests
     
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  2. Lisa Nguyen

    Lisa Nguyen - Dec 19, 2016 Brivium Tester Staff Member

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    Hello @fmsc88,

    Option 1: Don't allow registrations from the same IP which another user registered earlier
    Example: user A registered with IP: 111.112.114.1 and User B has IP: 111.112.114.1
    => user B doesn't allow registrations.

    Option 2: Don't allow registrations from the same IP which another user registered and logged earlier.
    Example:
    user A registered with IP: 111.112.114.1 and login with IP: 121.112.115.2
    User B has IP: 111.112.114.1
    User C has IP: 121.112.115.2
    => user B and user C don't allow registrations.

    I hope you understand my explanation above.
     
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  3. fmsc88

    fmsc88 - Dec 19, 2016 Member VIP Member

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    Perfect explanation,thank you Lisa
     
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