kepler wrote: ↑
Thu Jul 19, 2018 5:51 am
The problem, is that the ip making the request sometimes is not equal to the registered domain. More times than it should.
Welcome to the Weird and Wacky World of the World Wide Web.
It's just full of servers, routers, proxies, reverse proxies, firewalls and delights like DHCP, all of which can mask / change / distort the I.P.Address that your application receives from any given client.
When a client replaces their computer, they can wind up with a different I.P. Address, rendering them strangers to your application and invalidating their licence.
Time to look for an alternative, I think.