First, I am new here and looking for some help. This is my first post, so I hope I make it detailed enough to get some responses.
I have an affiliate partner that is adding our offer on their back end. So, if the client is interested in our service they will click "yes" on the affiliates site and it will push their info (name, email, etc) to our auto-responder which we have with 1shoppingcart through a ajax posting code. But since these will all be coming from their server (same ip) they have run into issues while testing.
your current code would basically treat our leads as suspicious.
What I think we need to make it work is to ensure that your server allows us to send multiple, different leads to you from the same ip address. We would not be echoing your response to the user at all. Rather, we would simply post the form and consider the transaction done. For this to work, your system would have to treat these multiple submissions as separate leads / clicks / sales / etc (even if
they are all from our server's same ip address). Is this an option??”
So, I reached out to 1shoppingcart support and got this:
“I would like to thank you for the time you have taken out of your day to write in about the issues that you have noticed within your account. With regards to your question about submitting information repeatedly from the same IP address.
Unfortunately there really is no alternative option for this issue. It is a system security feature in-place to limit the number of submissions from a single IP. There is not work around that would allow for a White-listed IP to submit information multiple time.
If you have any further questions please feel free to reply back and I would be happy to clear anything up.
Is there ANY workaround this? A way to mask their IP? Or any work around? I am clueless and really need to make this work. Any help would be GRAETLY appreciated.