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internet explorer cannot display this webpage

i get this error sometime. page back, page forward and its gone.

first think that i can come up with is a network issue/dns etc.

but are there ASP.NET or IIS to consider? can i change things on my side?

event logs doesn't say anything, but on the other side, the error message is more a browser message and not a IIS error.

any help/tips more than welcome
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Ollie90
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Ollie90Author Commented:
added 127.0.0.1 localhost to hosts file
and
changed ReceiveTimeout in RegEdit .. both will not fix
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Ramkisan JagtapLead DeveloperCommented:
Hi,
I think its IIS error. Please check if your site in IIS is up and running, also check your application pool. It might have stopped working.

Regards,
Ram
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Easwaran ParamasivamCommented:
In the identity of application pool verify correct credentials has been given. If not, give right credentials.

Ensure that your page contains no error at client side.

Try to debug your application to find out exact issue.
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BlogITmanCommented:
Are you using your own DNS servers?

If you are not using your own DNS servers then -> try a different DNS server.

Get Namebench v1.3.1 @  http://namebench.en.softonic.com/download, it will search out then tell you the best (fastest) DNS server to use. (the first DNS server you list is what in almost all cases is what is used). It took less than 5 minutes to find the bst DNS server (running on 35/35 Gb),
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Ollie90Author Commented:
it was a proxy issue
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Ollie90Author Commented:
it was a proxy solution. Not related to IIS or VB.net
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