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I cannot see my we site using www.technopc.eu but i can see it if i type on the web browser http://technopc.eu without using www.

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I cannot see my we site using www.technopc.eu but i can see it if i type on the web browser http://technopc.eu without using www.

Now my external dns is working fine i have exchange installed and i can receive and send out mails.  Also port 80 is forward towards the Apache Server. I am new on configuring Apache Server but i notice that there is only something silly i am missing.

Somebody from Dyndns (my dns provider) told me that you will not be able to see the www.technopc.eu from inside your lan if you are behind and nat firewall router, which is my case. The problem is that i asked people from outside to type www.technopc.eu and they cannot see the website. Maybe you can try aswell. But from my lan if i type http://technopc.eu without www. then i can run the website without any problem i am sure i am miss configuring somethig.

On bulding the website and try to use the Apche Server i have been without sleeping for two days i need to ge this done.

Let me know if you like to get a copy of the configuration file of the apache server even if i don't how safe this will be as there are all the info rlated to my domain network.

Maybe i just need to get a very good tutorial on how to use Apache Server 2.2 and how to configure all different options
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The link you provided for www.technopc.eu works fine for me from here.  When you are typing it in from your computer, are you typing it in from the same computer that is running the Apache server on?
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No i am using the client connected to my domain network

I am glad to hear that is working so you can see the website that is not finished yet?
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Yeah, I see your flash with the music when I hit the site, so it doesn't appear to be a problem with your DNS Host.  As far as hitting it from inside your firewall, that is just a routing issue on your side.  You can always do a tracert 82.169.139.216 and see where it is dropping.
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Both work fine for me too. A flash intro, then forwarded to the home.html page 17 seconds later.

As macinapple says, the DNS looks fine (www.technopc.eu and technopc.eu both point to 82.169.139.216).  If you added or changed the DNS information for www.technopc.eu recently, it might cause problem for a short while as the change propagates.

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Thanks Guys for help me out on verify if the website was up and running. Indeed it was an internal issue due to the fact that the router
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