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I have a windows 2000 advanced server setup but I can't access or view my websites, eg:
I have the domain name: www.u2arena.com, I can view it from outside of my LAN but not from inside, I think its something to do with IP settings and NAT.

Do I have to set-up WINS or can I get a Tool to make it view my websites from the server??

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You may have to ensure that the webserver is set to point to the IP of your internal NIC aswell as the Internet NIC.

When you select the properties of your website from within the IIS Manager ensure that the "All Unassigned" is selected in the IP Address field on the website tab.  If this is already set you may wish to try clicking on the "Advanced" option and specifying both the internal and external IP's individually.

If this does not help let me know if you can locate your webserver using the internal ip adress of your webserver (when you key the IP into a browser on a PC on you LAN).
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I have done all of what you said and none work still, but I can view the website from the internal IP address and through LAN.

What shall I do?
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Oh sorry, it does work, thanks.

ahm
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