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IIS problem on W2k pro

Posted on 2002-07-11
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My IIS seems to stop working each time my Win2k Pro computer is offline(not on the net),is there anyway of cabbing this
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Question by:kuda42
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What do you mean by stops working? Can you be more specific. Do you receive an error messages and if so, what are they?
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Does your machine use DHCP?  In that case you have have mistakenly set up the website to listen on an address that is no longer valid.

If your machine frequently disconncted from the network you should either assign it a fixed address, or set up the MS loopback adapter with a dummy address and set the website to use all unassigned addresses.  That way, it should continue to work when you're disconnected from the network.
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