Posted on 2000-04-05
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
I used Microsoft post acceptor ie. csshost.dll to upload files from the client to the server. The process is like it calls .dll files, publishes file into the server and reposts that page to another page. When I use internal ip address this works perfectly but when I use internet IP then I get an error "reposting to <given file> failed". What can be doone, In both cases the file is uploaded perfectly.
Question by:k_balam

Expert Comment

ID: 2689296
Don't give the IP-address of the server directly use the
Request.ServerVariable("Server_Name") instead of the ip-address.

Author Comment

ID: 2689307
Hi Bava_anand , I have used request.servereva..... only. I havent used ip address.

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cstsang earned 100 total points
ID: 2692127
I have tried the MS post acceptor . I found that only on the same subnet.
So, I suggestion you to go to to download aspsmartupload (it is 100% free) to finish this task.

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