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    Hosting/virtual Server

    Please Help...

    Has anybody had luck hosting another web site behind the wl700ge?

    I have specified my virtual server under NAT/virtual Server, added the IP of the internal server etc. Pretty sure i've done everything right. I can even see it under Status/port forwarding.

    Destination Proto. Port Range Redirect to
    83.90.253.42 TCP 80 192.168.1.20
    83.90.253.42 TCP 443 192.168.1.20


    But when I browse from outside, i get an auto forward to
    http://mysite/Layout/index.cgi -which is the crappy photoalbum

    I've disabled the album, but it still forwards and i cant get to my webserver. However, I CAN get to it with https (port 443) which tells me that there's a bug somewhere since port 80 and port 443 are setup exactly the same... I can't figure out how come the one works and the other doesn't



    Couple of other things... Seems I have to reboot the device once in a while to get the download manager to work

    and
    Has anybody had luck getting the SONY NAS-CZ1 to work over Upnp?

    bo


    ADDED INFO:
    Seems I get through to the server when I browse on IP-address, but NOT when I browse usin the domain name (multiple domains names/hsot names are defined on my webserver)
    Last edited by barondense; 26-06-2006 at 14:44.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barondense
    But when I browse from outside, i get an auto forward to
    http://mysite/Layout/index.cgi -which is the crappy photoalbum
    Quote Originally Posted by barondense
    ADDED INFO:
    Seems I get through to the server when I browse on IP-address, but NOT when I browse usin the domain name (multiple domains names/hsot names are defined on my webserver)
    Seems to me like this is more of a general question regarding routers and a webserver configuration problem. I don't know which server software you are using, but apache for example redirects all links to its site name if you are acessing it in another way. So either put the IP of your router together with your hostname in your HOSTS file or change the webserver configuration accordingly (maybe get e.g. a dyndns account).

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