Summary of my Situation
- I am working with IIS (6.0) running on Microsoft Windows Server 2003
- Deploying an ASP.net website using HTTPS
- I have imported certs
- Web Pages load/work successfully when ran from the server itself
- I get "Connected to server X.X.X.X" in Firefox so it seems it can be found
- I get "The connection was Interrupted" in Firefox
- I get "The Page Cannot Be Displayed" in IE
- I cannot PING the remote server from the local machine (I get Request Timed out)
- Attempts using http yield the same results.
Since I seem to be "connected" but not allowed through I am assuming this is a firewall issue? I bring the question here because I would like to make sure I have exhausted all of my options and I did not overlook something.
All in all..
- Is this a firewall issue and should I be looking more into the server configuration?
- My local policy is pretty restrictive, could it be that this site is just not listed as trusted on my local machine? (I will need to reach an SA in order to change my local machines settings/trusted sites as well)
- Combination of both?
- Any more ideas on what I should check into?
EDIT 1: (McAfee Host Intrustion Prevention Error) (EDIT 2: Verified it is not this)
Blocked Incoming UDP - Source X.X.X.X Destination X.X.X.X
Destination IP beginning octets are different than local machine and server location.