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I am trying to deploy an ASP.NET website as an intranet site.  This will be deployed on our windows webserver 2003.  The problem is this: after setting up the site in IIS, I am having trouble with the IP address.  Namely, after I think it is set up, I cannot ping the address I have chosen (192.168.1.129).  How do I set up this IP adress?  I have already set up the Host(a) record in DNS on our Domain Controller (another windows 2003 server).  I have followed many tutorials (MSDN, etc) but cannot get the webpage to display.  It is a very simply site: Default.aspx, Default.aspx.cs & web.config.

Also, it might be important to note that this is NOT in inetpub/wwwroot
This is in a shared folder on the drive: we have other similiar pages set up, but can't get this to work.
Any help appreciated, thanks.
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Did you statically set the IP address in the Network Connection properties?
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OK, that wasn't the issue but i HAD forgotten to add the IP address in the advanced TCP/IP Settings window.  Doh!  Posting your solution reminded me of that, thanks.
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Sweet, thanks lol
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