I've got a copy of WordPress running that has recently been moved off shared hosting and onto a VPS that I control. While a testing copy of the same site runs correctly on another vhost on the same instance, on the same IP address, after the time when I moved the public site across, the comments form began to redirect visitors back to their own IP address with a
302 Found in place of the successful
302 Moved Temporarily.
Running WP 3.4.1, I've tried:
- reinstalling WP from the dashboard, and checked all plugins are up to date
- deactivating all plugins and setting the theme to twenty-eleven
- diffing against the working test installation to check they are the same
- testing from more than one IP, computer and browser
all with no effect to the problem.
What is causing WordPress to redirect from the form submission back to the browser's ip address?
Here's a sample request to leave a comment at http://def-proc.co.uk/b/jwybj:
Request URL:./blog/wp-comments-post.php Request Method:POST Status Code:302 Found
author:My Name email:email@example.com url:(empty) comment:Comment contents. akismet_comment_nonce:(akismet nonce) submit:Post Comment comment_post_ID:110 comment_post_ID:110 comment_parent:0 bb2_screener_:(bb2 nonce) (my ip address)
Connection:Keep-Alive Content-Encoding:gzip Content-Length:243 Content-Type:text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Date:Wed, 01 Aug 2012 17:34:41 GMT Keep-Alive:timeout=15, max=100 Location:http://(my ip address)/ Server:Apache Vary:Accept-Encoding