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Cannot access Web App from outside of Webserver

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I have Sage line 1000 installed on a webserver under the default website folder. In there is web application called WebClient. For some strange reason, I can only access this from within the webserver itself. I cannot access this webapp from any PCs that are on the same domain. IIS is correct, I can ping the machine everything is working as it should. If I navigate using the IP address it does not work and neither does using the hostname of the server.

Additionally, the IIS page does not show up if i type the host name in the browser.

Can anyone help me?

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by:MSSC_support
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Additionally, I get a 404 error.
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by:sammySeltzer
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Try using the ip address to access it.

It could be that ip and server are not synched.
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I managed to get this working by removing the binding to a particular ip address as the server has 7 ip addresses. This seems to have fixed our problems.
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I managed to get this working by removing the binding to a particular ip address as the server has 7 ip addresses.

Very interesting!

That seems like a suggested solution to me.
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Managed to resolve the issue myself.
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