Whmcs whmcs bridge error code of 302 / 200
Your WHMCS clientarea.php page is returning an HTTP response code of 302
Your WHMCS index.php page is returning an HTTP response code of 200



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  • Your WHMCS clientarea.php page is returning an HTTP response code of 302.
    Your WHMCS index.php page is returning an HTTP response code of 200.
  • Details of response codes:
    • Codes 301/302 A redirect is occurring. The most common reason for this is that you have entered different URL to the one in your 'System URL' of your 'General Settings' page of WHMCS Admin.
      Please note that the URL in your WHMCS Bridge settings must match *exactly* the URL in your WHMCS Admin. If one has 'www' but the other does not, it will cause problems, if one has http and the other https, it will also cause problems.
      The safest option is to copy and paste it from WHMCS Admin into your WHMCS Bridge Settings.
      Note: If the 302 is on your index.php but your clientarea.php is returning 200 then this message can be safely ignored as you have set your client area to require a login.
    • Code of 403 Please make sure you have allowed your WordPress IP (returned in the error message) to access your API as well as white listing it via your WHMCS Admin. Not doing this can cause your WP IP to be banned due to incorrect login attempts which would render your bridge page empty (Allow via: Setup > General Settings > Security)
    • Code of 404 Incorrect URL has been entered (Not Found), make sure you have put in the full URL of your WHMCS installation - if you don't have WHMCS, please click here).
    • Code of 500 Your WHMCS URL is triggering an internal server error. This is something you will need to check with your hosting provider who will need to check error logs. You may want to enable error reporting in WHMCS to find the error.
    • Code of 200 The bridge was able to reach the URL.

    The bridge needs to be able to use your WordPress website to call your WHMCS URL; if they are hosted on the same machine then the hosting provider must allow for traffic to be routed back to the same host; this functionality is standard on most hosting providers so it should not be a problem for it to be resolved. There is no need to query i-Plugins on this issue as we are unable to change settings on your server.


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