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Wordfence needs to determine each visitor’s IP address to provide security functions on your website. For traditional website hosting environments the Wordfence default configuration will work just fine, however due to Onyx's internal routing it is a requirement to tweak one of the IP address settings. Failure to make this change will result in Wordfence reporting several Bruteforce attempts from Onyx's internal IP addresses, instead of that of the end-user. The change explained in this guide will alter the way Wordfence discovers the end-users IP address.
To fix this we need to access the full options page within our WordPress Dashboard. Follow these steps:
Once inside the WordPress Dashboard follow these steps:
Wordfence will now detect the end-users IP address correctly. False-positives for Onyx's own IP addresses will now cease.