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Sharepoint 2010 Foundation online error

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I have a sharepoint 2010 server that i've put out towards the internet. My problem is that i have a site thats been developed in access and published to the share point, and when i try to view it online i get an error code. If i view it via its local url it works fine. Anyone know what i am doing wrong? Ill attach an image to show the error.

Image of the error.
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Question by:Wouter Makkinje
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by:Sudhakar Kumar
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Please review the logs corresponding to the date/time as shown in the Popup Error. Please search for the Correlation ID and review what the log says.

Please refer the following URL for more understanding-
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/GetThePoint/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=353
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Justin Smith earned 500 total points
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When you put it on the internet, did you add a new URL?  If so, did you add an alternate access mapping to the web app?
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by:Wouter Makkinje
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Yes it's actually swapping url twice since it first goes to a dyndns then to a domain
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by:Wouter Makkinje
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No i didnt add an alternate access mapping to the site, i'm trying that out now.
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by:Wouter Makkinje
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I solved it with some assistance from Ach1lles. The problem is that im running the server with a dyndns adress. So the server's dynamic dns is then under a domain alias. I added the domain alias as the internet alternate adress which was WRONG, i then added the dyndns adress as its alternate adress and it works. So thanks a lot love this site and all the help i get when im all snowed in :D
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by:Justin Smith
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Yep, that's usually the issue.
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