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Unable to load IIS 7 website on a different server

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I have added a new website to IIS 7. There was already an existing website, so I added the new one with unused port 82. Then I tested it on the same web server by browsing to
http://10.10.1.162:82/

It loaded and worked fine. Now I try to load the same link on a different (test) server that is on the same network, it does not work. I am able to load the other website (http://10.10.1.162) fine on the test server but this new website does not work. It just says "page cannot be displayed". Can you please help?
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Randy Poole earned 500 total points
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Is there a firewall in place that stops port 82?
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It was the firewall. Thanks much!
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