I'm having trouble setting up OneAll on our staging site which is a bit more strict than my local development environment.
I've autodetected API Communication and verified the API Settings. All is green in the settings page.
I go to the login page and the oneall icons are there. When I click one, Facebook for example, the popup appears I'm presented with the fb form. I fill up the form and I get the 'You have logged in via Facebook message.' Then I get redirected to the homepage and I'm not logged in.
The expected behavior is I get redirected to the account creation page.
Our theory is that the server is too strict so here's what we did.
So currently I can see that the the drupal site calls https://[subdomain].api.oneall.com. and Oneall calls back from https://[subdomain].api.oneall.com to https://mydrupalsite.com/social_login/callback.
We allowed outgoing calls via 80 and 443 and allowed incoming calls from the IP of https://[subdomain].api.oneall.com.
I've been trying to find a page in your guides related to the related to making a login attempt using the Drupal 8 module.
Is this using the standard https?
Are there any other callback urls related to this?
I haven't seen any logs in Drupal so I'm a bit lost.
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