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How can I submit my JotForm using the Web Server's IP Address that it is displaying on?Asked by maxburst on March 21, 2016 at 07:19 PM
We are long time Jotform users and big fans of the product. I am faced with a challenge that I am hoping you can help me with. We have a simple form that is configured to do an HTTP Post and it is working just fine except we need it to come from the web servers IP Address that this JotForm is displayed on.
Right now the JotForm being submitted is coming from the local users IP address and not from the server it is being displayed on. This makes our web services system deny the post submission from the JotForm because we need to allow only a set IP Address for this to work. Is there anyway we can do this?
Unfortunately, it is not possible to change that, and as far as I know, we don't have a widget that will capture the Web Server's IP address where your form is embedded.