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How do I ip mask?

Posted on 2004-04-12
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I have setup an IIS server on my windows Xp machine, The problem is I link it with a subdomain and when you hover your mouse over the navigation menu on a site it shows my IP e,g, 172.16.0.25/videos This is really annoying, I am on a router so obviously I have an external and an internal ip addy, how do i get the webistes navigation (using IIS) to show up as my subdomain/videos? There must be a simple way!!!
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I think it is to do with the coding of the page.....

Do your links specify ...... <a href="videos/video.html">Videos</a> etc..... as their links

or is it more    <a href="http://myreallycoolwebsite.com/videos/video.html">Videos</a>

If it is the latter then the link should show the latter as "http://myreallycoolwebsite.com/videos/video.html" where you are seeing the IP. Otherwise the IP will show I believe.
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I love you ud, thanks so much, i didnt think it would be so damn simple. Cheers
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