I have setup a local web server, and pointing to DYNDSN.ORG, the server is working for about a month. Everyone is viewing my website from outside just fine.
Last night the website was stop. I check everything is normal, but i don't know why we can not view the web site from out side. I restart server 2003, but nothing work...and I start having an error when viewing web site: The error is: "The page can not display"
I switch to windows server 2000 and it works just fine. I don't know that when I restart server 2003 will cause the problem.? Does anyone has any experience about this matter. Please help me...I really appreciate it. Thanks
Here's what I would try:
1. Telnet to port 80 of the dydns.org domain from the outside and see if you get in.
2. If the above test doesn't work, try disabling all host headers (so that the website should
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