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  • Still having login problems v2.2.7

    I also recently upgraded to 2.2.7 (yes, I'm sure it overwrote the existing php files) to try and solve my user's login problems but they are still occurring. I'm getting 10 or more email messages (of course, very angry) that they keep getting asked to login when they go to post a reply, even after they already logged in.

    I thought for awhile it was because we have a .com domain parked that users enter thru then it transfers them over to the .net domain. The cookies setting in the CP are for the .net domain.

    I have also had user's delete cookies, use a different browser, clear cache, all to no avail.

    My info is:

    URL of your forums: http://www.nissaninfiniticlub.net/vbulletin225/

    Operating system Linux
    Kernel version: 2.4.17
    Apache version 1.3.26 (Unix)
    PERL version 5.006001
    PHP version 4.2.2
    MySQL version 3.23.45

    Whether or not you have edited any files*: No hacks, No edits

    Oh, and phpinfo is here: http://www.nissaninfiniticlub.net/phpinfo.php

    Hope someone can help....

  • #2
    if you have

    domain.com parked ontop of domain.net

    where they enter domain.com

    then just remove the cookie domain (leave it blank) and leave cookie path as /
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    • #3
      Sweet! I'll try that. Thanks for the most excellent quick reply!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by themonarch
        Sweet! I'll try that. Thanks for the most excellent quick reply!
        no worries i have the same setup for my *.com/*.net domain and it's worked for the past 2+ yrs
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        • #5
          Drat! It's already set that way. Any other things I can try?

          Thanks!

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          • #6
            do you have more than 1 vB installed on the same domain too ?

            are they logging in initially from *.net domain or *.com ?
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            • #7
              no, just one vbulletin. I was having this problem at 2.2.6 and the upgrade didn't seem to make much difference.

              I've got traffic into both domain names, probably 80/20. Old posters come thru .com and new posters come thru .net.

              Should I look for a pattern here.... if those having problems are coming thru one or the other?

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              • #8
                try this not sure if it will work but since i have this on my vB and it works for me it might work for you

                in phpinclude template at the very bottom add this
                Code:
                <base href="http://yourdomain.com">
                the .com domain of yours this is so anyone entering either *.com or *.net will have all urls at *.com forcing everyone to enter via *.com url and to log in from that url

                i.e. my vB

                http://animeboards.com
                and
                http://animeboards.net

                notice all urls on either are to the *.com version
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                • #9
                  Ok, I'll try that! Makes sense....

                  Thanks!

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                  • #10
                    thats not the solution.. there is a error somewhere

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