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I have uploaded my web site using my normal host. Now that I have added a login system (using MS Visual Studio .net 2005 tools, I cannot view my web site (www.proevolive.co.uk)

But the web site works on my local machine.

I have contacted my host, and they have told me the following:

"your application is domain name avare, so you need to perform appropriate modification in your application code or point your domain to our nameservers in your registrar whois database."

Any idea guys??

introlux
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specify your host's name servers on you application code....also create a local alias record in your internal DNS server
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How will i specify my host's name servers on my application code????

I have never done it before and not sure how to go around to sort this out.

Thanks,

introlux
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???? Any help will be appreciated
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did you try to create a alias record on the internal DNS server
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Im not sure. Im just confused all together what the hoster is asking me to do with my code???
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I have sorted out this problem. I had to contact the domain pointer to point to DNS through the company I have used to have a domain name.
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