This page is provided as a means for customers to test referring URL authentication to the ingentaconnect website.
For ingentaconnect to authenticate users by referring URL, the browser must send a
Referer header when
connecting to our servers. If the
Referer header is not sent then authentication will fail. Use the information on
this page to help debug links to this site and confirm that the required information is being sent by the browser.
If your browser has sent a
Referer header when requesting this page
then it will be displayed here:
Your browser has not sent a
This may be due to any of the following reasons:
Refererheaders from secure locations
Refererheaders when a link was clicked on the referring page: place a direct link to this site on the page
Refererheaders. Consult your firewall documentation about how to disable this behaviour.
You are currently recognised as the following users. If referring URL authentication has succeeded then one or more of the identities listed below will indicate the method of authentication:
+ Guest User:
IP address: 18.104.22.168
If the browser has sent a referer header and the expected user is still not listed above, then it is possible that our authentication database does not contain this referring location. Contact the help desk or your account manager to have the configuration updated.
If referring URL authentication is succeeding when linking to this page but not to other locations on this website, then please check
that you are using the latest link syntax. For example when linking to content do not link to the older
instead link directly to the relevant location on ingentaconnect.com. The only exception to this is for incoming OpenURL links which should continue to