Cannot Access Iis Website Externally
I have forwarded all traffic on port 80 to my computer, but it just won't work. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. You could also start with everything as it was and temporarily turn off the old server and set the new one use it's IP address (temporarily) and see if that works.These Advertisement Recent Posts No Internet connection etaf replied Nov 6, 2016 at 1:11 AM CLSched stopped working JamesEB replied Nov 6, 2016 at 1:08 AM Microsoft Edge davehc replied Nov 6, his comment is here
Add-in salt to injury? Also, for the PC on which I have the server, as well as the other PC I cannot access the site externally - whether using the hostname or external IP. Was there no tax before 1913 in the United States? It appears to work internally on the new one as well (the 2012 machine).As for logs, it will take me until Monday, as remote access isn't turned on for the new https://forums.iis.net/t/1175832.aspx?Can+t+access+website+externally
so rule order can be an issue as well. 0 Pimiento OP jeremyhughes2 Jun 9, 2014 at 3:16 UTC Trev wrote: Your web server works, answers call on the Can one bake a cake with a cooked egg instead of a raw one? It mostly effected my boss since he still types our external web address in his browser.
Join Now I'm at a complete loss as to how to proceed. Check your logs and see if any alerts are coming up for port 80 from that internal address of the new Web server. If so, the problem may be as I first stated. Add-in salt to injury?
This doesn't bother be too much because I can just use more Host (A) records that point to the server's internal IP or (possibly) Alias (CNAME) records that end me up Surfing the net works without issue.I've used the "tcp port http" capture filter, and I've tried it without any filter at all, in case the traffic is showing up some other Many ISP's will block ingoing traffic to port 80 if you're on a non-commercial plan. –John Mee May 28 '14 at 6:13 I have port 80 as preset as But another guy on another forum says he can access my web page, so I guess the DNS server that I used has not been updated yet.Click to expand...
I just got tired of t\\shooting it & needed to move onto more pressing things. Test it on your own machine and see if it works that way. 3 http://mediastartpage.com/cannot-access/cannot-access-website-192-168-1-1.html It seems like a plumbing problem. Trace it through and use the process of elimination to find the culprit. 0 OP Kris (Spiceworks) Jun 8, 2014 at 11:07 My manager said I spend too much time on Stack Exchange. cwwozniak said: ↑ Also, if you have residential Internet service, your service provider may not allow running a server as part of the terms of service and may be blocking access.Click
If hosting internal and internal domain name not match, and no internal DNS, then your firewalls are not allowing outside in connections, as in the PC are going to outside DNS White ring of pus forming around branches Where in the analytic hierarchy is the theory of true set theory? Honestly, this is what your situation sounds like to me...
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Also, if you have residential Internet service, your service provider may not allow running a server as part of the terms of service and may be blocking access. I'm not sure if they would require a change in the default ACL to permit external access while already allowing LAN access. On the web adaptor, are you accepting anonymous credentials? check over here You will need to update these to the new ISP, or public Did an nslookup from an external location and received a non-authoritative answer: website.com xxx.xx.xxx.xx (same ip address that is
If access from that site works, then that IP provided is correct. being an issue. I also added port rules for port 80 on Windows firewall... I just saw this bird outside my apartment.